Student leaders in People for Periods will now stock bathrooms in Duques Hall and Eckles Library with free sanitary products.
A history professor spent the last three years working on a book published that he said more accurately frames the history of the first Thanksgiving.
About 40 students and community members protested former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley’s speech at Lisner Auditorium Thursday.
Researchers received $1.2 million to develop a model that estimates how pollution affects human health.
Students with food allergies said their allergies prevent them from safely eating at some GWorld vendors and cooking in residence hall kitchens.
Protesters organized a walk-out to defend the rights of undocumented immigrants at a rally in front of the Supreme Court Friday.
Students said recent changes to the CHC will increase health care accessibility, but some said officials should further expand operating hours.
The Genomics Core in the Milken Institute School of Public Health serviced almost 80 projects and processed about 7,300 gene samples in its first year.
The Disabled Students Collective is working to institute quiet spaces at career events and broaden communications accessibility at GW.
About 8,800 students waived the University’s provided health insurance program this academic year.