The University will cancel the Resident Adviser program, transferring responsibilities to residential staff and creating more student employment positions.
February 25, 2021
Stories from the February 25, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Check out The REACH’s outdoor art exhibit, head to Arlington for a farmers market and learn how to liven up your apartment with plants.
Head just north of Chinatown to try out plant-based, Israeli-inspired meals from Shouk.
Courses must push students to grow out of their comfort zones, and more funding for several departments would help accomplish that.
We cannot address our problems until we stop making a mockery of Trump’s presidency and continue to hold him accountable.
An SA senator announced his campaign for president Wednesday, running to increase grant funding for students and expand student organization programming.
An SA senator announced her bid for SA vice president Monday, hoping to increase mental health resources and advocate for graduate students representation.
Leaders from the Black Pre-Law Students Association hosted a discussion on the future of the 2021 Black political agenda Saturday.
The new positions would be filled during a special election this spring, according to the legislation.
The fund will provide aid to Native American students or those in the Black Law Students Association interested in studying intellectual property law.