Interim University President Mark Wrighton and D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine spoke at GW’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Monday.
D.C.’s ward lines shifted for the first time in 10 years earlier this month, and Ward 2 gained territory in the Shaw neighborhood.
SMHS administrators said University health care workers can access mental health services to prevent burnout through the Resiliency and Well-Being Center.
More than 1,000 viewers tuned in to watch a panel of professors, researchers and journalists discuss ongoing protests and violence in Kazakhstan Monday.
Students may only visit rooms in their own residence halls with a limit of one guest per room, officials announced in an email Friday.
A shortage of Metrobus drivers has reduced service levels with cancellations or delays on bus lines across the city and near campus.
President Biden extended the pause through May 1 amid a nationwide spike in COVID-19 cases driven by the spreading Omicron variant.
Officials said take-home final exams that were submitted on MyLaw over a 25-hour period late last week have likely been lost.
Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Texas, spoke before about 50 students at the University Student Center amphitheater Tuesday.
About 100 operations assistants will help students navigate campus services and serve as customer service representatives for residence halls.