The University has risen seven spots in the past two years to No. 63, equaling the ranking it held in 2018.
GW Dining student representatives said they’ve doubled down on social media with recipes, tips and resources during the pandemic.
Students said parties have become a weekly occasion near campus, threatening the nearby community to a greater risk of COVID-19 infection.
TwentyTables and several popular food trucks reopened in Foggy Bottom late last month despite an unprecedented shortage of students on campus.
IT officials will assess the wireless network in 65 buildings on campus and begin to upgrade more than 4,000 Wi-Fi access points by “late” 2020.
Officials notified students last week of a data leak revealing about 5,000 GW community members’ usernames and passwords to accounts with Chegg’s services.