From a pass/fail grading scale to dropping the Colonials moniker, here are the top issues students have been advocating for before you got to GW.
Head to the Kennedy Center’s pop-up wine garden, catch a drive-in movie and end the weekend at the National Zoo’s reopening.
Dozens of protests against racism and police brutality have erupted around the world over the past two weeks.
International students said the transition to online classes hurt their ability to engage with their courses as they previously were able to on campus.
Seniors said that despite changes to their graduation plans, they are still celebrating the end of their four years and using the time before their careers begin to look back at their time on campus.
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The executive board members of First Generation United are expanding outreach to members from their homes via a weekly WebEx call.
Here’s a few throwback games that students are playing while in quarantine to keep themselves occupied and connected with friends.
Celebrate the Hindu festival of Holi Friday, then check out the Botanic Garden’s exhibit commemorating its 200th anniversary.
The chief of staff for Georgia’s senior U.S. senator discussed her career and issues women face in the workplace in the Science and Engineering Hall Thursday.