The new positions would be filled during a special election this spring, according to the legislation.
Students said virtual instruction has freed up more of their time without having to commute between classes or schedule courses around a job.
BSU launched a new website Sunday for current and prospective students to stay updated on the group’s activities.
The Business Pride Network will create professional and personal development opportunities to ensure students feel supported in the business school.
The mark falls below last year’s at least 10-year low in formal recruitment, prompting chapters to hold informal recruitment to reach more recruits.
George Hacks, a student-led group, hosted its yearly hackathon event online for the first time last weekend.
First-year students enrolled in Thrive GW said the mentorship program has provided them with emotional support during their first semester at GW.
GW’s chapter of The Women’s Network offers students resources to build confidence and develop professional skills in male-dominated fields.
A student group providing resources and financial aid to peers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic is working to cover a remaining $3,000 in unmet support.
GW Students for Indigenous and Native American Rights is hosting online events during November to commemorate their annual Native American Heritage Celebration.