The annual event was virtual this year and ushered in the Year of the Ox.
Teams appeared before a virtual bench of mock Supreme Court justices as part of the competition’s final round.
One thousand students are moving into Foggy Bottom campus residences for the spring semester.
Members of EMeRG provided emergency medical services on Inauguration Day and rendered aid during the riot at the Capitol.
The annual MLK Jr. Day of Service used its virtual platform this year to educate volunteers on how to use Dr. King’s principles of equality and peace toward creating a more just society.
The commander of the Office of Naval Intelligence and GW graduate answered questions from students about leadership, ethics and diversity in the Navy.
GW students Caroline Nelson and Savannah DeLullo share their Midnight Breakfast planning experience and offer tips for student orgs.
There are a lot of resources, including a virtual Midnight Breakfast, that can help you finish the fall 2020 semester.
Women's team plays Virginia on Sunday; men's team meets Towson on the road on Monday.
The Connect to Campus vloggers showcase celebrating Joe Biden’s election win, where to grab food in Foggy Bottom and how to practice self-care during hectic times.
Jessica Parrillo, director of Counseling and Psychological Services at GW, offers strategies for students heading into exams and holidays.
The initiative, made possible through nonprofit Swipe Out Hunger, launches during Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
Photojournalism students in cities across the country captured moments during and after the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Transitioning Warriors Nursing Scholars reflect on continuing their service to the community through nursing during a global pandemic.