Researchers in the department said the difficulties delayed federally funded research and limited graduate students’ ability to apply to degree programs.
Two Milken researchers and a CUNY medical student analyzed the underrepresentation of Black, Latino and Indigenous people in the medical field.
Senators overrode a presidential veto on legislation that could codify first-year seats to the SA’s bylaws Monday.
A staff member suffered serious injuries after unknown man assaulted them with intent to commit sexual abuse in the G Street Garage Monday afternoon.
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.
Experts said residence halls likely served as a breeding ground for mold as they sat empty throughout the pandemic without adequate ventilation.
More than 70 GW community members are dealing with mold outbreaks across campus buildings less than a month after GW’s reopening.
Nearly 30 professors will teach 45 courses remotely this semester, according to the Schedule of Classes.
The SBA Senate approved more than $3,000 for a group of 30 students to travel around New Orleans and provide free legal services Tuesday.
SA leaders worked to fill vacancies in the senate and met with officials to expand health and transportation services this summer.