Graduating seniors enrolling in graduate programs at the School of Business will be able to apply for grants covering parts of tuition for fall 2020.
Sunrise GW will meet with students in a new working group to address equity and racial issues in the organization after being accused of lacking inclusivity.
The Division for Student Affairs is providing online programming activities to support students emotionally and mentally during the virtual learning period.
The executive board members of First Generation United are expanding outreach to members from their homes via a weekly WebEx call.
The Black Student Union’s new executive board plans to increase the organization’s presence on campus to improve community among its members.
A local historical organization is asking residents to submit journal entries and photos to document their experiences during the pandemic.
Students said losing access to CHC services worsened their mental health and stress in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Executive vice president candidate Andy Liaupsin said his work supporting staff in his first year at GW pushed him to run for the position.
Initiatives calling on officials to divest from fossil fuels, restructure the financial aid office and address hateful rhetoric appear across platforms.
A research team in the public health school published a study outlining how the HIV virus is spreading and developing drug resistance in the District.