Of the 11 advisers working in CCAS’ pod system in May 2018, only two still work at GW, according to a Hatchet analysis of the office’s website.
The data will compile pedestrians’ transit experiences along Foggy Bottom corridors with heavy vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
SRR conducted hearing Friday on disciplinary misconduct charges against SJP for allegedly damaging benches at the GW Hillel building in October.
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program recognized GW as a top producer of international Gilman Scholars in a release last month.
Palestine Legal said officials launched an investigation into SJP following the October protest denouncing a former IDF intelligence officer speaker.
The SBA Senate unanimously approved a bill internally clarifying and simplifying the rules regulating the process of submitting legislation to the senate.
Metro officials announced the Silver, Orange and Blue lines will run every 24 minutes from Dec. 3 to Dec. 4, up from the normal service of every 15 minutes.
Attendees joined in denouncing the Chinese Communist Party and leader Xi Jinping Monday while also engaging in a moment of silence for the lives lost in the fire.
The SA Senate unanimously passed an act Monday that aims to improve accountability, efficiency and transparency for University offices and departments.
Student Association Sen. Ian Ching, ESIA-U, resigned from the SA Monday night after alleged bias and misconduct in the SA Senate’s finance committee.