The Student Association Senate Monday nearly unanimously approved a series of reforms to the way that student body elections will be conducted beginning next academic year.
The University enrolled nearly 28,000 students in fall 2017, the most in the University’s history.
Donna Arbide, the senior vice president of alumni relations and development at the University of Miami, will begin work at GW in March.
Rick Santorum, a former Republican senator and two-time presidential candidate, spoke to a packed Marvin Center Amphitheater Wednesday at an event about the Second Amendment.
The four-year project will look at how nutritional supplements can improve the health of infants born in southern Nepal.
The D.C. Zoning Commission approved the University’s plan for the redevelopment of Rice Hall and 2100 Pennsylvania Ave. at a public meeting Monday night.
Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski, who has worked at the University for 25 years, will resign to “pursue other professional and academic endeavors.”
Victoria Pridemore, the associate director of military and veterans student services, decided to step down earlier this month and officially left her post last week.
A man was arrested for unlawful entry in Shenkman Hall Friday night after he was barred from campus property earlier that same day, police said.
The SA Senate passed a resolution Monday encouraging the University to better allocate its funds after spending about $500,000 on University President Thomas LeBlanc’s Inauguration last week.