In interviews, more than 25 black students said a lack of community has hampered their ability to find a place on campus and connect with peers.
December 3, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 17
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Senior walk-on Anna Savino said she entered the season not expecting to see minutes on the court, but she has started in GW’s last five games.
Leo Ribuffo, who served as a professor of history for 45 years and has written several award-winning books, died Tuesday. He was 73.
Minority students make up about 65 percent of the graduate student population in the business school, compared to roughly 53 percent of undergraduates.
Elizabeth Acevedo’s debut poetic novel sat on The New York Times’ Best Sellers list earlier this year and won a national award this month.
The exhibit features desks where viewers can color on sheets because that is how the artist coped with their non-binary gender identity in school.
Officials launched an internal search earlier this semester for a new associate provost for special programs and the Mount Vernon academic experience.
The Colonials have been hindered by defensive lapses and miscues on the court, preventing the team from pulling out wins in close contests.
A group of engineering students will complete an audit of Amsterdam Hall next semester to see how the building could be more sustainable.
The SA Senate approved one resolution and three bills over the past three months – one fewer than last year’s senate and eight fewer than the previous year.