A total of 311 students participated in this spring’s formal recruitment, a narrow reduction from the 340 who participated in 2020.
A dozen students said they’re visiting off-campus stores and avoiding purchasing poultry and eggs, which have soared in price within the past month.
Students have been in the middle of – and helped lead – protests against the Iranian government since global uprisings began in September.
Pro-choice protesters gathered for the 2023 Women’s March Sunday, with demonstrators calling on lawmakers to restore abortion rights nationwide.
A coalition of student organizations and faculty members launched a campaign calling on officials to increase transparency in GW’s funding.
Tens of thousands of anti-abortion protesters called on state legislatures to end abortion protections during the first March for Life since the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
Officials cleared Students for Justice in Palestine and its student president of disciplinary charges last month, according to a release.
The release states that the Hippos moniker, or any variation of it, does not align with officials’ guiding principles and “will not be considered.”
More than 20 students said they feel optimistic about Granberg’s selection and hope she advances campus inclusion and transparency.
A Jewish and pro-Israel advocacy group filed a complaint alleging that a psychology professor was antisemitic toward students last semester.