GW Students for Indigenous and Native American Rights is hosting online events during November to commemorate their annual Native American Heritage Celebration.
Students living in D.C. said the risk of traveling during the pandemic has made the choice of returning home more “difficult.”
The report highlights the Black students’ achievements and makes 10 recommendations for officials to implement to support Black students on campus.
GW’s political student organizations are shifting their focus to Georgia’s runoff state races, advocacy efforts and member engagement post-election.
Three online student-run publications launched earlier this year are expanding their themes and events to attract more “creative” students to submit works.
The Resident Adviser and Student Access Monitor programs will remain suspended for the spring semester, officials said.
Students said paying attention to their courses has become increasingly difficult while they follow elections rather than their assignments.
GW Students for Study Abroad is seeking to provide students tips and a peer network for traveling outside the United States.
Students said the testing center has provided them with a “peace of mind” to see friends and carry out their daily activities.
Students interested in international issues will be able to research and write their own work with GW’s new social justice student writing organization.