Interim leaders currently hold at least nine key positions at GW, which officials said has been partly caused by a smaller hiring pool during the pandemic.
Videographers Erika Filter and Maximus Kanda travel to the Downtown Holiday Market and the Park View Market, which are open through the end of December.
More than 20 students who received grants, ranging from $530 to $2,850, said the funding helped offset the pandemic’s financial impacts.
One thing experts agreed on is that the driving factor of school spirit for college sports is the excitement of winning.
Leaders from a nationwide initiative aiming to provide scholarships for student refugees spoke at the Jack Morton Auditorium last Tuesday.
Students and administrators marched through campus Monday in response to the recent desecration of a Torah scroll in the TKE. Jewish students and other community members talk about why they attended and how they hope GW will address antisemitism on campus.
University spokesperson Crystal Nosal said GW’s “strong performance” in its endowment investments helped drive the $300 million increase last fiscal year.
Current and former federal officials talked about the recent uptick in antisemitism on college campuses at the Jack Morton Auditorium Wednesday.
Several students have taken to social media to share humorous and relatable content about campus life.