Without classrooms or bars to meet people, students said they’ve turned to dating apps to find dates or locked in connections they already made in person.
The takeout-only taqueria is relatively new, launched in October by chef Teresa Padilla, who spent the last 16 years with José Andres’ ThinkFoodGroup.
Restaurant owners said they’ve tried to help out their former employees over the past few months by referring them to new jobs or trying to rehire them.
Try sending one of these virtual or low-contact gifts to minimize risk of spreading COVID-19 this holiday season.
Now that paywalls aren’t a concern, it’s time to take advantage of all the University-sponsored newspaper subscriptions have to offer.
The dish is a refreshing, chilled meal consisting of rice noodles, pickled carrots and peppers, cilantro, mint and juicy shrimp in a hoisin sauce.
We sifted through old GW documents to better understand each building’s namesake and why students are pushing for their name changes.
Enroll in one of these courses this fall or down the line in your academic career to get a deeper understanding of the Black experience in America.
The School of Media and Public Affairs hosted a discussion on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the upcoming 2020 presidential election Friday.
While you navigate your life off campus, there are small things you can do to help you feel on track.