GW’s fundraising campaign is about $32 million short of its $1 billion goal, University President Steven Knapp announced Friday morning.
Fossil fuel divestment is the only way for university officials to show commitment to the planet.
Board of Trustees Chairman Nelson Carbonell declined to give the SA Senate a clear answer on whether the University will divest its holdings in fossil fuels.
About 50 student volunteers will go to the 2018 Olympics in South Korea on behalf of GW.
Artiside Collins, vice president for development and alumni relations as well as secretary of the university, will serve as chair of the group coordinating the transition the University’s 17th president.
Welcome to GW, Thomas LeBlanc. Here’s what you should expect from students at the most politically active school in the country.
The announcement, which will be made live on Facebook, comes a little more than six months after the search for the University’s 17th president began.
Although most of the demands made by student organizations last month were valid, students should focus first on establishing a sanctuary campus.
University President Steven Knapp signed the letter supporting a program that prevents the deportation of young undocumented citizens.
University officials constantly say they want to make GW more affordable for students. A textbook loan system would be a step in the right direction.