Officers increased patrols near campus following a pair of violent robberies at 7-Eleven last month.
A former candidate for SA president is running again to increase representation for marginalized groups and build relationships between the SA and students.
The University will cancel the Resident Adviser program, transferring responsibilities to residential staff and creating more student employment positions.
Leaders from the Black Pre-Law Students Association hosted a discussion on the future of the 2021 Black political agenda Saturday.
The fund will provide aid to Native American students or those in the Black Law Students Association interested in studying intellectual property law.
GW was selected as one of about 25 sites in the United States to participate in a new COVID-19 vaccine trial, officials announced Wednesday.
The SA senate approved the creation of three executive task forces to the body to govern topics like pandemic relief and interfaith justice Monday.
SA President Brandon Hill and SA Sen. Kate Carpenter, U-at-Large, announced their plan to run together on a joint ticket Tuesday.
The Student Court released an order setting a hearing date for a case on some students’ voting rights for the upcoming Student Association Senate elections.
Two student organizations collaborated to host a discussion on the perpetuation of racism in the field of international affairs Thursday.