Students said although community coordinators worked hard through outreach in residential halls, they struggle to form connections with students.
Student organization leaders said they will resume in-person programming and implement safety measures now that students are back on campus.
Student leaders said they hope the transition from University President Thomas LeBlanc to Mark Wrighton will improve GW’s transparency.
The University will require visitors to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test from the past six days before their visit.
Student leaders are helping Afghan refugees move from the airport into their new homes and hosting safe space discussions for affected students.
Captioning accommodations for deaf and hard-of-hearing students will stay online this fall despite the return of in-person classes.
Sorority leaders said they want to ensure no one will ever have to sacrifice their Jewish identity for a traditional Greek experience.
Students living in Townhouse Row said they observed mold growing in their rooms before experiencing symptoms like fevers and bloody coughing fits.
Officials said 175 residents from Townhouse Row were forced to evacuate their buildings Sunday after two units reported “environmental concerns.”
After more than a year of virtual programming and revamped advocacy efforts, BSU leaders said their theme will center around elevating Black students’ voices.