A group of students recently founded GW’s first student organization for LGBTQ students of color to embrace their racial, gender and sexual identities.
Greek life experts said fraternities typically relinquish their charters when the chapter is facing disciplinary action for violating student safety.
Elizabeth Chacko has prioritized strengthening community and reviewing the Vern’s academic programs in her tenure as associate provost.
A survivor of the 2015 terrorist attack at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo discussed his experiences in the aftermath of the attack at the Marvin Center Friday.
Officials said the fund, which contains about $1,500, helps students afford access to resources they may otherwise not be able to afford.
Provost Brian Blake said he formed the group – unofficially called the “Future Enrollment Task Force” – on Dec. 18 to evaluate enrollment scenarios.
Experts said that universities should push sustainability, but divesting is sometimes not seen as a sufficient countermeasure to climate change.
Senators said the reclamation process will occur in February rather than June so the SA can reallocate more money to other student groups.
A couple is suing the GW Hospital for failing to treat the husband’s stroke, according to a lawsuit filed in the D.C. Superior Court last week.
Panelists discussed the future of international law at the Jacob Burns Law Library Wednesday.