Nine protesters occupied a suite of the RSC from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday demanding officials to cut ties with the fossil fuel industry.
Nine student organizations collaborated with the University and local LGBTQ+ organizations last week to host events for Trans Awareness Week.
Students praised outreach efforts from GWPD this fall but said the department should advertise its events more effectively, so more students know about them.
Women in Cybersecurity has been working to empower women and nonbinary students in the field of cybersecurity this fall.
Twenty-two students accepted bids from an IFC chapter this semester, marking a steep drop from the 121 students who accepted bids last fall semester.
More than 10 commuters said they face obstacles like registering for classes that align with transportation schedules and finding places to reheat packed meals.
Protesters rallied in front of the Supreme Court Monday during oral arguments over the constitutionality of affirmative action.
Thurston’s dining hall has a seating capacity of 225, which lags behind dining halls on Georgetown, American and Howard universities campuses.
An official who joined GW to fill a new ODECE position will focus on building cultural programming and social justice education for students.
A club dedicated to sharing German culture and language kicked off its semester of events on campus with an Oktoberfest celebration Sunday.