Olivia Issa, the president of the No Lost Generation, speaks about making campus more inclusive in the next installment of The Hatchet’s Spotlight Series.
The Mount Vernon Campus was home to the annual Vern Harvest event, where students could make s’mores, paint gourds, eat from food trucks and more.
Students in the University Honors Program put together a book drive to help increase literacy rates in children ages 0 to 5.
The ceremony included Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., as the keynote speaker and Dr. Anthony Fauci as one of the recipients of the Presidential Medal.
Within the first few hours of opening, more than 800 people showed up to shop the collection.
Almost 30 women-based organizations on campus gathered Saturday to talk about their groups and meet potential new members.
GW Late Night hosted a silent disco for students in Potomac Square during the second week of classes Thursday night.
More than 15 performing arts groups from across campus performed at the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theater in the University Student Center Thursday night.
GW held an in-person orientation for the first time in over a year for incoming freshman and sophomores.
GW held a virtual graduation this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the class of 2021 still celebrated together on the National Mall and at sites around campus.