Students gathered in University Yard to sample cultural foods native to 10 partnered organizations two years after the event was postponed due to the pandemic.
Dozens of students said they would continue masking depending on classroom crowding, COVID-19 symptoms or faculty encouragement.
Officials will lift GW’s indoor mask mandate Monday, more than a month after the District dialed back its requirement in most indoor settings.
The Model United Nations team made a historic jump this year, achieving its highest national ranking in the history of the organization.
Kateryna Pyatybratova, a staff member in GW’s public leadership center, has helped raise more than $5,000 for disaster relief in Ukraine.
A new student organization focused on Polish culture will incorporate traditional food, music and history at GW.
Four students shared their stories of facing a lack of flexibility from faculty and staff in the classroom or in their living situations.
About 45 fewer students joined an IFC chapter compared to fall recruitment when numbers rebounded to pre-pandemic levels.
A FEMS spokesperson said officials dispatched about 60 personnel and a dozen vehicles to the ninth floor of the building shortly before 10 a.m.
BHC is highlighting how Black strength and unity on campus have flourished this year after GW emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic.