In a statement released Friday, GW officials outlined their principles to protect the civil rights of undocumented students.
After the presidential election, Mental Health Services created daily walk-in hours for students to discuss election-related concerns and reactions.
GSEHD is teaming up with Education Week to address how the new presidential administration will impact education policy.
University officials said they plan to encourage more dialogue on campus surrounding the election results after a town hall on campus climate Tuesday.
Faculty in departments across the University turned Tuesday’s election results into teachable moments.
This post was written by reporter Colleen Grablick. University President Steven Knapp and Provost Forrest Maltzman addressed students’ concerns and reactions to the election results during the Faculty Senate meeting Friday. Maltzman said at the meeting that he met with with several students over the past few days who voiced concerns regarding their safety in […]
University President Steven Knapp issued a short statement Wednesday afternoon encouraging students to “maintain civility.”
Trump supporters and protesters gathered at the White House on election night. Protesters described the scene as “tense.” Video by Kellie Bancalari.
The atmosphere of excitement soon transformed into a room full of tension and tears as election results came in.
Members of GW College Republicans were surprised when Republican nominee Donald Trump won the U.S. presidential election.