All juniors who request off-campus residency through May will have their exemption requests approved, a relaxation of previous on-campus residency requirements.
D.C. lawmakers will consider legislation that will make the District a “safe haven” for out-of-state patients to receive abortion care.
Dining halls opening in Shenkman and Thurston Halls this fall will seat about 544 students in total, according to documents obtained by The Hatchet.
Mayor Muriel Bowser and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-DC, called on Congress to codify abortion protections before Roe v. Wade’s likely reversal.
D.C. Circulator operators ratified the contract, which will raise driver hourly wages by about six dollars, Thursday evening.
Dining officials said Whole Foods’ choice to stop accepting GWorld as payment was a “corporate decision” in an email to on-campus residents Tuesday.
D.C. residents will vote on a proposed initiative to raise the District’s tipped minimum wage from $5.05 to $15.20 per hour this November.
Officials said they will provide the remaining 250 students on the waitlist with their housing assignments by June 1.
GW Law’s partnership with the Animal Legal Defense Fund will include new courses, fellowships and training programs.
GW’s enrollment fell this spring by about 1.6 percent compared to last year, part of a multi-year decline that is continuing to slow.