The Elliott School of International Affairs hosted a discussion on how the COVID-19 pandemic defined the current state of international leadership Wednesday.
Dozens gathered outside JBKO as police vehicles and at least seven firetrucks arrived after the fire triggered the alarm at about 7 p.m. Sunday.
The Student Court struck down a referendum that if passed would have brought back first-year seats to the SA Senate.
Faculty physicians and Advanced Practice Providers of SMHS and the MFA agreed to serve as the new hospital’s clinical care provider group.
The more than 48,000 eligible students, who will be contacted via email, can apply for the aid through Nov. 5.
Brian Joyce, the director of fraternity and sorority life, said officials temporarily lifted the 12-credit completion requirement for recruitment this fall.
Senators overrode a presidential veto on legislation that could codify first-year seats to the SA’s bylaws Monday.
The Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center hosted a virtual panel Monday, reviewing its findings on gaps in financial literacy across the world.
Officials had named Heather Swain to the role last August, but she withdrew her acceptance for the job days later amid intense criticism.
More than 5,000 protesters gathered in D.C. Saturday, one of more than 600 marches in the United States opposing restrictive abortion laws.