GW Hillel opened an application last week for the Israel Discussion Club fellowship, allowing up to 10 students to engage in weekly conversations about Israel.
The Panhellenic Association scrapped a policy Saturday that prohibited potential new members from using elevators in the Marvin Center during recruitment.
The GW College Democrats and Feminist Student Union condemned leaders of the Women’s March for allegations of anti-Semitism.
Posters were found on campus Thursday threatening GW’s chapter of Young America’s Foundation for bringing a right-wing speaker to campus.
Some students who planned to work at a government agency are heading into the spring semester with schedules in flux as a partial shutdown continues.
Six SA senators departed over winter break, leaving the group with eight total vacancies heading into the spring semester.
At the end of formal recruitment, officials will establish a chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi as part of a yearslong series of fraternity installations.
First-year orientation will take place over five days in late August this year, replacing GW’s six-session summer model previously held in June and July.
Officials announced a pilot program Friday that will pair some first- and second-year CCAS students with an individual adviser.
Former Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski now serves as the vice president for student life at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y.