Groups hosted the annual itinerary of programming virtually last month after years of in-person culture shows and guest lecturers.
Administrators said D.C. Health officials would treat out-of-state students as local residents during the vaccination process.
The GW Mutual Aid Fund hosted two events on Instagram Live for students to tune in and donate for the group’s emergency collective fund.
SA elections this year will be unlike previous years, with an entirely virtual elections season and the expanded use of ranked-choice voting.
Officials will relocate the testing center to the group fitness rooms in Lerner Wednesday, where hours of operation will remain the same.
Students on campus can now invite one guest from their residence hall into their room, following a rollback of campus COVID-19 restrictions.
Students taking classes remotely in Texas said they went without heat, power and water for days as the state experienced unusually strong winter storms.
Students said through their internships at the U.S. Capitol, they’ve witnessed how constituents are struggling to receive pandemic-related needs.
Undergraduates have until April 29 to declare if they’re taking a class on a Pass/No Pass basis this semester, officials announced Thursday.
GW Hillel is working with a D.C. community center to help senior citizens register for and receive their COVID-19 vaccinations.