Officials are implementing a slew of changes to the GW Police Department in the wake of an incident in which an officer allegedly pushed a student.
Twelve crimes, including reports of harassment at International House and threats to do bodily harm in Shenkman Hall, occurred this week.
GW’s use of energy-efficient lights has saved 18 million kilowatt hours over the past four years, the amount of energy equal to powering 2,150 homes for a year.
Eight fires occurred in 2019, the majority of which started from a kitchen appliance, like a microwave or stovetop.
A part-time faculty member is suing the University, alleging that he was injured while creating a connection for a bridge as part of a GW project.
All nine candidates in the running for Ward 2 Councilmember attended the fourth debate about issues the ward faces Thursday night.
Students living on the Mount Vernon Campus can now stop by Ames Hall to purchase a frozen meal, a snack or hygiene products.
Officials have established a website to track advisories and release information about the coronavirus.
One of the largest U.S. health care associations recognized the GW Hospital for excellence in total knee and hip replacement procedures, hospital officials announced in a press release Tuesday.
A medical school professor is suing GW and the Medical Faculty Associates alleging that the two entities breached their faculty agreements with him.