The SA Senate approved six students to serve in the senate and three other students to take on roles in groups like the diversity and inclusion assembly.
SA President Ashley Le appointed eight students to Faculty Senate committees without the approval of the SA Senate, violating the organization’s bylaws.
Four activists of color discussed American race relations and gun violence Saturday at the Marvin Center.
The president of a nonprofit that funds social science research spoke at the Marvin Center Thursday about how universities can conduct better research.
The Textile Museum will receive an $18.4 million dollar gift consisting of more than 4,000 textiles, an endowment and equipment.
Three student organizations held a vigil for the Puerto Rican victims of Hurricane Maria in Kogan Plaza Thursday.
Firefighters and police officers responded to an incident on the 600 block of 21st Street NW Thursday night and closed the street for about half an hour.
Four panelists explored indigenous Latino and Native American activism during a discussion in Marvin Center Wednesday.
An unknown suspect smashed the rear window of a Nissan Muran parked on G Street Friday and stole two backpacks containing money, clothes and electronics.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court Saturday afternoon as protesters continued to occupy Capitol Hill.