Humans of GW is modeled off of the popular Humans of New York series to honor the stories of University peers and workers on social media.
Vaccinated students said they’ve struggled to get comfortable expanding their social activities beyond prior distancing guidelines.
D.C.’s diners have many options for a great outdoor dining experience, but only Fiola Mare offers a panoramic view of the Potomac River.
Students said they’ve felt pressure to find internships to build their resumes but feel too burnt out from classes to continue applying.
BSU leaders said they bolstered student engagement this past year through initiatives like a mentorship program and D.C. policing research project.
Without in-person events, student leaders said they’ve upped virtual programming to prevent feelings of isolation among members.
Students said they’ve felt overwhelmed balancing their classes with their own online activism and social media consumption this year.
GW’s newly launched chapter of GAMMA will educate fraternity and sorority members on healthy alcohol use.
The financial aid advisory council will begin meeting this September to provide a student perspective on GW’s aid policies and services.
Students taking classes remotely in Texas said they went without heat, power and water for days as the state experienced unusually strong winter storms.