SASA and GW College Democrats came out against President Donald Trump’s decision not to allow transgender individuals to serve in the military.
Mark Esper, who received his doctorate degree from GW, was appointed secretary of the U.S. Army. Daniel Kaniewski, the founder of the University’s homeland security institute was named a top administrator in FEMA.
The six-member team is competing in an international robotics competition this week after members’ visas were finally approved amid an international uproar.
GW moved up 71 spots in Money magazine’s annual ranking of 700 universities nationwide based on the return on investment, but the University still lags behind most of its peers.
Victoria Pridemore, associate director of the Office of Military and Veteran Student Services temporarily left the University for military duty last October, a move that wasn’t publicly announced.
Construction on Canal Road will block part of the Vern Express route for the next week, starting Wednesday evening.
The National Park Service is asking the public for feedback on their plan to add more space for exhibits and more accessibility features to the Lincoln Memorial.
Matthew Mika, a District-based lobbyist for Tyson Foods has been upgraded from critical to serious condition, a hospital spokeswoman said Thursday afternoon.
The National Park Service started draining the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool Sunday after a parasite killed about 80 ducks.
The pay hike marks the second straight year that Knapp’s total compensation has grown, a trend experts said was likely to continue.