The D.C. Board of Elections certified James Harnett as a member of the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission Wednesday.
A top official said officials would not recognize a union because graduate students work as part of an educational, not a professional, relationship with GW.
The University’s top security official said police and faculty are regularly trained about how to react in the event of a campus shooting.
D.C. students were in disbelief after hearing that President Trump’s budget would slash a financial aid program helping District residents pursue an education.
The dean of admissions said students disciplined for peaceful protests will have “no effect” on their admission office.
The Secret Service has put all buildings on 17th Street, including the headquarters of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, on lockdown following the incident.
Dozens of workers rallied outside GW Hospital Wednesday to demand better treatment and a new union contract for hospital maintenance and dietary employees.
EMeRG assessed the subject, who was in his mid-sixties, and transported him to the GW Hospital emergency room for medical treatment.
The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington began to offer training classes for their 652 restaurant members in January.
Student Association President Peak Sen Chua read a letter from leaders in the black student community at the Board of Trustees Meeting Friday.