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.
Three GW professors discuss the history and importance of the gay rights movement, the Civil Rights movement and the women’s rights movement and reflect on their protests and marches that have taken place in D.C. and around the country.
Sofia Packer, a Student Association senator and member of the diversity and inclusion assembly, is running for SA vice president.
Sophomore Kate Carpenter, the current chair of the student life committee and an SA senator, is running for vice president.
Student Association Sen. Charlene Richards, U-at-Large was nominated for her push to increase first-year representation in the SA Senate.
Spectators surrounding the U.S. Capitol Wednesday discussed the significance of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inauguration.
Military personnel and fenced off roads are spread out across the city in an effort to begin preparing for Inauguration Day.
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