Thousands of people gathered in downtown Washington Saturday to protest President Donald Trump and his Supreme Court nomination Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Sophomore Kariann Tan talks about what it’s like to be one of about 500 students living on campus this fall.
Samantha Walley, one of GW’s UTees Campus Managers, talks about how philanthropy is still happening even with students off campus and how people can help raise money for the GW Hospital Immediate Relief Fund. Tracking COVID-19 Stay up to date on GW, D.C. news related to the virus. READ MORE
ANC Commissioner Trupti Patel discusses how the D.C. chapter of ROC United, an organization that fights for workers’ rights, helped to raise more than $30,000 to aid those struggling financially after losing their jobs due to COVID-19.
Miriam’s Kitchen staff are serving meals, delivering groceries and continuing communication and assistance with their residents and people experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Volunteers deliver groceries, distribute meal, host online events and more for senior citizens in isolation in the Foggy Bottom Community. Video by Amanda Plocharski
Students and faculty talked about the importance of staying active during quarantine and how they’re providing fitness classes online.
Sophomore Peter Opitz ran a competition modeled off March Madness to give students entertainment during quarantine while also helping restaurants around the Foggy Bottom community. Video by Amanda Plocharski
Students celebrated the art and culture of South Asian societies in SMPA Saturday night in the Marvin Center.
‘Tiny Dorm Concerts GW’ hosted its first open mic of the semester Saturday with three student performances.