Officials will replace the Nashman Center building site with green space and move its current offices to the new Hillel building on H Street.
Officials and students said some roommates who might be exposed to the virus are quarantining in separate rooms to cut down on transmission.
Bowser extended the ban until Jan. 22 at 5:00 a.m. after it was set to expire this Friday, according to her official order.
For the first time this month, much of GW’s student population doesn’t have direct representation on a local governing body.
Thinking GW would quickly deplete the 1,500 additional room openings this spring, students said they looked for off-campus housing instead.
Republican voters at GW said they’re divided as students struggle to decide whether to support President Donald Trump in the election.
Student leaders said members of their groups have adjusted to the pandemic’s setbacks to gear up for Election Day.