The SA Senate voted at a special meeting Monday that a 2018 bill equally represents undergraduate and graduate students.
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens will no longer attend a planned discussion on civil discourse with SMPA professor Dave Karpf later this month.
The Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership is taking applications for a retreat and series of webinars aimed at professionals at Jewish nonprofits.
The Student Bar Association passed resolutions Tuesday to allow for the creation of an auditing policy and repeal a bill that created an Equal Access Official.
A student is suing GW for third-degree burns she experienced last year after having a seizure in an International House shower.
Under a new DDOT proposal, D.C. residents will see the number of scooters on the District’s streets almost double by January.
The SA Senate passed two resolutions Monday calling on officials to require in-person diversity training and formally acknowledge a prayer and meditation space.
M. Brian Blake, the current provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Drexel University, will arrive at GW in “early November.”
GW Police Department and Metropolitan Police Department responded to a report of forced robbery at 7-Eleven at about 5 p.m. Monday.
A gun rights activist and school shooting survivor spoke about gun control and youth activism in Jack Morton Auditorium Saturday.