Students are organizing small gatherings with friends and family around campus to celebrate their commencement, held online amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A cyber attack of Herff Jones, the University’s commencement attire vendor, stole credit card information from students who purchased caps and gowns.
The Muslim Student Association created new events and initiatives to plan for an entirely virtual month of celebrations during April and May.
More than half a dozen students said they struggled to find community throughout an entirely virtual academic year
Incoming freshmen said GW’s frequent communication and virtual programs for potential students contributed to their choice to commit to GW.
BSU President-elect Gianna Cook and Executive Vice President-elect Tony Peeler will begin their term April 28, following an active year for the organization.
Students can now join a national, youth-led organization pushing for immigration reform and support for undocumented students.
A psychology professor is investigating the impact of COVID-19 physical and mental health disparities on Black young adults.
A professor partnered with a team of researchers to investigate the perceived risk factors of COVID-19 and their impact on stress.
GW’s medical experts said people should receive any of the vaccines first made available to them instead of “shopping” for a vaccine.