The APIHC resumed in-person programming for the first time in three years with cultural events celebrating Asian identity.
The survey, which will remain open until May 20, is the third of 11 phases the review team plans to conduct.
EESA raised more than $4,000 to donate to an elementary school in Egypt that serves a refugee population at a banquet fundraiser late last month.
The IFC is requiring 80 percent of the members of each fraternity chapter to participate in trainings led by Students Against Sexual Assault.
Study abroad enrollment jumped from 91 students in the fall to 297 in the spring – a roughly 220 percent increase, according to GW data.
The return of in-person Inside GW programming gives admitted freshmen the chance to tour campus, a missing opportunity during the pandemic.
Students gathered in University Yard to sample cultural foods native to 10 partnered organizations two years after the event was postponed due to the pandemic.
Residents said water outages, elevator malfunctions, leaks and poor communication from housing officials have plagued The Aston this academic year.
The dropped mandate brought on the first week of in-person classes without indoor masking required for students since March 2020.
Dozens of students said they would continue masking depending on classroom crowding, COVID-19 symptoms or faculty encouragement.