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.
In light of the spring’s virtual semester, the University will suspend all study abroad programs for the remainder of the academic year.
Students said they are bracing for the next online semester by taking easier classes and moving out of their homes to maintain focus.
After planning for three years, students are preparing to establish a credit union that will help students and alumni manage their money.
Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Wednesday she would be extending the District’s coronavirus-induced state of emergency until the end of the calendar year.
More than 20 student organizations were found to have violated GW’s gender, race and religion nondiscrimination policy, according to an email.
The American Civil Liberties Union of D.C. conducted an investigation into the University’s Title IX disciplinary measures, DCist reported late last month.