Nearly 4,500 students have tapped into Lerner this year after more than a year of closures and restrictions limited gym capacity.
Whether you’re looking for a challenging hike a peaceful walk in the forest, the DMV area is home to plenty of trail options.
Food trucks at GW are beloved by students, but after 18 months of an empty campus, you might not be able to find the same crew of trucks around campus.
University spokesperson Crystal Nosal said 282 juniors and seniors will live in the hotel this year because of ongoing renovations to Thurston Hall.
“Not only is it making sure that our community and our customers are safe, but it’s making sure that our staff is safe as well.”
Three online student-run publications launched earlier this year are expanding their themes and events to attract more “creative” students to submit works.
More than 50 participants reflected on their mental health struggles and feelings of isolation as they confront the virtual spring semester.
Five new SA identity groups will spend the academic year advocating for historically underrepresented campus communities.