GW will be the first major university in the U.S. to offer the new two-year, part-time master’s program, according to a University release last Wednesday.
Mayor Muriel Bowser restored the citywide mandate, which will control mask wearing requirements across campus buildings, effective Saturday.
The study found nitrogen dioxide to be disproportionately lower within disenfranchised, minority neighborhoods during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faculty will not be allowed to ask students or staff about their vaccination statuses or encourage them to wear a mask in their classrooms.
Capital Bikeshare aims to add 60 bike stations and hundreds of bikes to its fleet this year, according to a Washington Post report.
The debate lasted for three hours and marked the second Senate hearing addressing D.C. statehood since 2014.
The Vex will resume “fully operational” service Aug. 9 on a 30-minute schedule, and fully vaccinated passengers can ride without masks.
The Fourth of July fireworks will begin at 9:09 p.m. and last 17 minutes with launches from both sides of the Reflecting Pool.
LeBlanc’s plans to direct more resources to STEM minimized trust and confidence among liberal arts faculty who criticized his leadership throughout his tenure.
The women’s team set a program high of 24 points while the men’s team scored the second most points in program history with 10.