Local governing commission said the agreement would lead to a better relationship between the two entities after noise and loitering complaints drove them apart.
March 1, 2018
Stories from the March 1, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A proposed bill would require the University president to review all reported sexual misconduct claims involving employees.
The Student Association sent out a survey last week to all students asking them to disclose details about their academic advising experiences.
A new University seminar series may have students rethinking their late night visits to Captain Cookie.
Greek leaders say that lower turnout for recruitment can be attributed to the University’s new deferred recruitment policy.
Mark Diaz, the new chief financial officer who will start in June, will inherit high tuition reliance, a ballooning debt and ongoing budget cuts.
The junior from Philadelphia said her platform focuses on three key issues – access, community and transparency.
Ojani Walthrust, a sophomore studying Latin American and hemispheric studies, said he will strive to support minority communities at a time when they feel uncomfortable on campus.
Sen. Brady Forrest, G-at-Large and senate pro-tempore, is running on a platform focused on food insecurity and reducing GW’s carbon footprint.
Ashley Le, a junior and Vietnamese immigrant from California, said her campaign mainly focuses on strengthening the community on campus.