Graduates might not be able to say a final farewell to campus this year, but they can always remember the four unforgettable years they experienced.
The SA president and executive vice president-elects said they will meet virtually with outgoing leaders.
Presidential candidate Bishop Walton said he will work to decrease food insecurity and increase student diversity.
Executive vice president candidate Brandon Hill said he would advocate for increasing mental health resources if elected.
Most summer courses will be held online and residence halls will remain closed during the summer, officials said Friday.
An employee at the Whole Foods in Foggy Bottom has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, WUSA reported Wednesday.
Freshman Ruby Samim launched a petition Friday calling on officials to refund half of tuition as students begin taking online classes this semester.
SA Sen. Jake Corsi, CCAS-G, filed a complaint against the JEC claiming that holding the SA election entirely online discriminates against some students.
Officials will reimburse who move off campus for housing, dining and parking costs as the University transitions to online courses next week.
CCAS interim Dean Paul Wahlbeck said faculty should arrange plans to move classes online “should that become necessary.”