Indian Students’ Association members are developing awareness and fundraising initiatives to to address the pandemic’s gravity in India.
A SEAS professor hopes to implement a model that will speed up the turnaround time of test results in the University’s COVID-19 lab this summer.
Bruce Dickson, a professor of political science and international affairs, explained Chinese Communist Party politics and its history of oppression and control.
A biology professor is studying the ecological impacts of an insect that will flood the DMV for the first time in 17 years this spring.
SEAS will launch two online computer science programs this fall – the Gateway to Computer Science Certificate and the master’s in applied computer science.
With housing applications about to be released for the fall, now is the time to invest in sustainable residence hall essentials that will make your space greener.
The senate passed a resolution condemning anti-Asian racism and urging officials to support the Asian Pacific Islander Desi community at a meeting Monday.
Without in-person events, student leaders said they’ve upped virtual programming to prevent feelings of isolation among members.
GW signed onto a letter to Congress on Thursday with about 1,200 other organizations, calling on lawmakers to double the maximum grant amount.
The Student Bar Association Senate ratified the group’s spring election results after a runoff election for the SBA’s top spot at a meeting Tuesday.