The alumni join hundreds of experts selected to advise the incoming administration as they prepare to lead the federal government beginning Jan. 20.
SA senators voted to make several short-term changes to the election process like cutting in half the number of signatures required for each candidate to run.
Officials put the 20/30 Plan on hold in April as a result of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on GW’s enrollment.
The Colonials (1-0) held the Lions (0-1) to eight points in the first half en route to a 53–38 victory, their first of the season.
The squad turned the ball over 16 times – 11 of which were committed in the first half – and the Midshipmen turned those mishaps into 20 points.
The School of Media and Public Affairs hosted a panel Monday about the legacy and impact of the 2020 presidential election debates on the final results.
Peter Newsham, the District’s chief of police, will depart the Metropolitan Police Department, according to a press release Tuesday.
Mayor Muriel Bowser tightened D.C. COVID-19 restrictions Monday, trimming capacity numbers for in-person gatherings and limiting business operations.
The SA’s Graduate Senators Caucus hosted a town hall Thursday to discuss graduate students’ sentiments on a tuition reduction for the academic year.
Podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with the executive director of a food delivery program about providing Thanksgiving meals during the pandemic.