Students said their class and work schedules were inconvenienced by delayed Vex schedules due to driver shortages and vendor issues.
Podcast participants said the shows have forged unique relationships with listeners while delivering information about campus life.
A month after GW’s reopening, students said they are stil struggling to cope with busy schedules and classes with heightened academic rigor.
Six students planted more than 10,000 flags on the National Mall and posted about 15,000 images of them online through the project.
The George Washington Williams House reopened this August with increased events to build back community as a hub for Black heritage and culture.
Brian Joyce, the director of fraternity and sorority life, said officials temporarily lifted the 12-credit completion requirement for recruitment this fall.
About 75 students marched by Commencement on the National Mall Saturday to silently protest GW’s handling of sexual assault cases.
Students said lack of communication from officials and failure to bar assailants from campus have risked the safety of survivors at GW.
Warren said her heart was full of hope for what the classes of 2020 and 2021 can accomplish as they move to the next phase of their lives.
Students said the University delayed outreach, breached students’ privacy and failed to bar alleged assaulters from campus.