Michael Tapscott is retiring after 19 years of service as GW’s director of the Multicultural Students Services Center.
GW’s lack of isolation housing has caused students to rent hotel rooms or sleep just feet away from sick roommates as COVID cases continue to spread.
As GW continues to reform Title IX policy, student organizations are forging their own paths to advocate for student survivors of sexual assault.
Interim University President Mark Wrighton, Provost Chris Bracey, other administrators and faculty spoke at the ceremony to welcome the freshmen to GW.
New openings this fall includes Tigerella, an Italian-inspired bar and restaurant, Alitiko, a Greek-inspired eatery, and Hippo Taco, an Asian-fusion restaurant.
WMATA said in a press release Thursday that the Blue, Orange and Silver lines will have train arrivals every 15 minutes on weekdays by August 1.
The new Tatte features a bakery, all-day brunch menu and coffee bar.
The brand new National Museum of the American Latino and Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum have a list of potential new sites.
A week after officials announced the moniker’s retirement, advocates for the change welcomed the decision while others called on officials to keep the moniker.
Interim University President Mark Wrighton released a statement condemning gun violence on Twitter Wednesday morning.