GW’s 15th annual Black Heritage Celebration begins Monday with the committee’s first sponsored kick-off event, “Black Is Not a Monolith.”
Students living in D.C. said the U.S. Capitol riot left them “anxious” being in the District and halted their plans to attend the presidential inauguration.
Students living in D.C. said the risk of traveling during the pandemic has made the choice of returning home more “difficult.”
The Student Research Institute will analyze student experiences and University policies to inform officials, SA leaders and student organizations.
Students have raised concerns about their remote midterms and general exams on a survey sent to students this semester, officials said.
Students said the testing center has provided them with a “peace of mind” to see friends and carry out their daily activities.
The governance and nominations committee received 21 graduate student applications – the most in recent memory.
Students said that Disability Support Services has communicated with them less frequently as they navigate the online semester.
Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Association chapter leaders are moving fundraising and recruitment efforts online this fall.
Take a break from the crowded city and explore the flora and fauna of the District with kayaking, an art exhibit and gardens.