The Student Court struck down a referendum that if passed would have brought back first-year seats to the SA Senate.
Students said a centralized location for used and online textbooks could alleviate yearly expenses as the SA kickstarts its online textbook exchange program.
GW will now fund and provide free pad and tampon dispensers in restrooms on campus, according to an announcement at the SA Senate meeting Monday.
Metro will offer $2 weekend rail fares and expand bus and train service in hopes of luring riders back after more than a year of low ridership.
Students are organizing small gatherings with friends and family around campus to celebrate their commencement, held online amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The legislation limits the SA’s campaign period to 10 class days and renames a runoff election as a secondary election.
Vaccinated students said they’ve struggled to get comfortable expanding their social activities beyond prior distancing guidelines.
Hannah Edwards vowed she would not leave home for college unless she was accepted to GW after a family trip to D.C.
The Student Association Senate voted to place two referenda on the SA election ballot, including one to establish more operations to remove the SA president.
Student Bar Association senators approved the creation of a student organization to advocate for Uyghur ethnic minorities in China.