World Central Kitchen is working out of National’s park to produce more than 10,000 meals. Volunteers like ANC Commissioner Patrick Kennedy is among those helping distribute meals in the Ward 2 area. Tracking COVID-19 Stay up to date on GW, D.C. news related to the virus. READ MORE
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, Nando’s PERi PERi has given out 30,000 meals to hospital and laid-off restaurant workers and their families. The restaurant plans to continue providing free meals through May 3, depending on Nando’s finances and the state of the pandemic.
In the coming weeks, Marwah said the guide will be updated to include infographics and translated versions.
The Student Association organized a food drive to help stock The Store during the pandemic. About 200 students are living in residence halls and can use items available at The Store.
Senior Seraina Schottland launched a petition to reschedule Commencement for the Class of 2020.
Christopher Mores, the program director for the Global Health Epidemiology and Disease Control MPH program, weighs in on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students celebrated the art and culture of South Asian societies in SMPA Saturday night in the Marvin Center.
The National Zoo hosted a Valentine’s Day celebration Friday night with two presentations focusing on animal dating and mating.
The concert was co-hosted by LATAM and the African Graduate Student Association as part of GW’s annual Black Heritage Celebration.
A new sports venue is opening in Northeast D.C. where guests can enjoy axe throwing, football bowling and iceless curling.