The weekend will include events like alumni receptions, campus tours and open houses for GW’s various schools across campus.
About 400 to 450 people gathered outside the Capitol Saturday to denounce the imprisonment of Jan. 6 insurrectionists, according to U.S. Capitol Police.
The change comes as the office kicks off its first semester back on campus after dozens of IT staff were laid off during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The resolution urges GW to release more information about the status of HVAC systems across campus buildings to block the spread of the coronavirus.
More than 70 GW community members are dealing with mold outbreaks across campus buildings less than a month after GW’s reopening.
Mark S. Wrighton, the former chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis, will serve as interim president starting Jan. 1.
Senators will discuss a report on shared governance and a resolution on the transparency of GW’s communications about HVAC system updates.
Vaccinated students, faculty and staff must receive COVID-19 tests every 15 days starting Sept. 15, while unvaccinated individuals will continue weekly tests.
Faculty are concerned that officials are behind schedule on upgrades to the University’s heating, ventilation and cooling systems.
Students living in Townhouse Row said they observed mold growing in their rooms before experiencing symptoms like fevers and bloody coughing fits.