Summer residents can now host off-campus students in their rooms if they have access to other buildings on campus.
The District hasn’t logged a COVID-19 related death in nearly three weeks while positivity rates remain around 1 percent.
A tornado touched down in the District Thursday, ripping through the National Mall and downing trees just blocks away from campus.
The NPS website offers a month of reservations for 24 athletic fields around the National Mall, including 12 softball and 12 mixed use fields.
Deputy general counsel Charles Barber was named as the University’s interim vice president and general counsel.
Officials will install a new line of water-bottle filling stations and remove plastic bottles from vending machines on campus.
The Washington Regional Alcohol Program will offer free Lyft rides in the D.C. area on July 4 to prevent drunk driving
The total count of vaccinated residents met the District’s end of President Joe Biden’s goal set for the entire nation before the Fourth of July.
GW’s symptomatic COVID-19 testing center relocated from the Lerner Health and Wellness Center to the Colonial Health Center Monday.
Officials are “looking into” an incident in which a student alleged a professor assigned a paper about Adolf Hitler’s public speaking.