Stefanie Weinstein

Last lecture offers forum to reflect

GW religion professor Harry Yeide spoke to students and community members Wednesday night in a Last Lecture series speech at the Western Presbyterian Church. The series, in its second year, is organized by the Campus Ministry Committee and Western Presbyterian’s Rev. Laureen Smith. Lecturers are given unlimited time to speak on any topic from childhood […]

SA uses resolutions as a bargaining tool

Resolutions passed in the Student Association Senate give GW students a voice in administration decisions. The resolutions, known as the “sense of the Senate,” are one way senators push issues into the campus spotlight and inform students and administrators, said undergraduate Sen. Phil Meisner (ESIA). A resolution begins with ideas gleaned from the senators’ constituencies […]

Campus renovation enters final phase

After eight years of research and almost three years of construction, the mid-campus quad renovation project is expected to enter its last stages by late May, said Al Ingle, GW’s associate vice president for business affairs. Ingle spoke to students and faculty gathered in Gelman Yard Wednesday evening for a Residence Hall Association cookout and […]

GW Votes attempts to register 500 students

GW Votes will host a rally and volunteer effort Tuesday in an attempt to register 500 students to vote in the District in one night, campaign director Adam Siple said. The event – GW 500 – will kick off this year’s effort to involve more students in local city politics. “Here you are, one big […]