Students can now join a national, youth-led organization pushing for immigration reform and support for undocumented students.
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 GW Mutual Aid Fund hosted two events on Instagram Live for students to tune in and donate for the group’s emergency collective fund.
The Nashman Center’s Spring Alternative Breaks program hosted four virtual events focused on educating participants on social issues.
Officials will relocate the testing center to the group fitness rooms in Lerner Wednesday, where hours of operation will remain the same.
Officials said they will stylize the Foggy Bottom Campus with commencement branding and mail celebratory packages to graduates.