After months of planning, a student-led food pantry will open on campus Oct. 1 in District House.
Students struggling with food insecurity now have a solution in The Store, a new, student-run food pantry.
Officials and student leaders are considering adding a food bank on campus to combat food insecurity, which experts say is an issue amid rising tuition.
Students running for SA president, SA executive vice president, and top positions on Program Board will only be able to spend $750 on their campaigns, a decrease of 25 percent from the past election. SA Senators at Large can now only spend $500, and the spending cap for students running for all other SA senate and Class Council seats was cut in half to $250.
GW Class Council offered a taste of cultures from around the world all under the roof of the Marvin Center’s Continental Ballroom for “International Night.”
The museum, which officially opened this weekend, has over 19,000 textiles and carpets.
Voting for student body positions will take place on March 25 and 26, the Joint Elections Committee announced Wednesday.
Eight candidates declared bids for the top two SA spots this year, compared to last year’s crowded 12-person race for president and executive vice president.
The Colonials men’s basketball season will open with a tailgate hosted by the Colonial Army on 22nd Street between G and F streets.
The Joint Elections Committee released the full list of Student Association, Program Board, Marvin Center Governing Board and Class Council winners after Thursday’s elections. Runoff elections for SA president and executive vice president will be held March 23 and 24. The full list of winners is below: Student Association President Chris Clark – 1,107 votes […]