Thousands of students flocked to the White House Monday to celebrate the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. President Barack Obama said American forces swarmed a compound in Pakistan Sunday and killed bin Laden, prompting a mass of students to rush to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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Mike Massaroli, a junior and the group’s current executive vice president, won the election and will replace current president, Ari Massefski, on April 1.
University President Steven Knapp sent a memo to the University Monday explaining that 5 percent budget cuts across GW stem from a decrease in graduate enrollment.
The Graduate School of Education and Human Development received more than $1 million to start a program to train students to become science, technology, engineering and math teachers.
- In presidential campaign, SA outsider emphasizes community service March 2, 2015If elected, Alex Cho, a sophomore studying political science and theater production, would be the first international student to lead the SA in recent history.
- Calendar March 2, 2015
- University releases inclusivity survey to assess campus climate March 2, 2015GW released an email survey Thursday asking students about their social habits, relationships with faculty and how comfortable they feel on campus.
- Tim Cook: Commencement speaker and future donor? March 2, 2015GW announced last week that Apple's chief executive officer will be this year’s Commencement speaker. Experts say it’s an important step in building a relationship with a multi-millionaire who could eventually give a large donation.
- Students lobby Congress to continue foreign aid March 2, 2015GW’s chapter of an international advocacy group will lobby U.S. lawmakers this week to continue to support foreign aid and provide electricity to underdeveloped African countries.