A law professor discussed the speculation surrounding then-President Donald Trump’s last days in office Tuesday.
The Student Court released a general order last week to amend a few of its governing bylaws and appoint Judge Yun-Da Tsai as deputy chief judge.
Developers with MealMe, an app that allows users to compare deals across food delivery platforms, plan to cater their service to students.
Officials doled out more money on research expenditures last calendar year than any other year in University history, Provost Brian Blake said Friday.
University President Thomas LeBlanc said at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that he expects GW to be open in the fall to the “fullest extent possible.”
Two SA cabinet members wrote in an email that SA President Howard Brookins’ “conduct and demeanor” have limited the progress of the organization.
The Spring Org Fair has been moved due to a threat of “disruptive or violent” events unfolding this weekend, according to an email obtained by The Hatchet.
The SBA Senate unanimously passed a resolution condemning the riot at the U.S. Capitol during its first meeting of the spring semester Tuesday.
SA senators approved recommendations for officials to increase social activities and academic support for the freshman class at its first meeting of the spring.
Study abroad programs and nonessential student travel will remain suspended for summer 2021, according to an email Wednesday.