Hill said he recognizes that at times the SA seems to be working against the student body, but the body’s “roots and intentions” are to support students.
GW’s medical experts said people should receive any of the vaccines first made available to them instead of “shopping” for a vaccine.
Public health students are tracking mask wearing and social distancing in their communities for a national study.
Officials began offering self-administered COVID-19 tests tests for asymptomatic students last month.
A former member of the Trump administration discussed issues regarding the administration’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic Friday.
SMHS received a grant last month to construct a science learning center for a high school in Alexandria, Virginia.
An MFA doctor who criticized President Donald Trump has been removed from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s schedule.
The task force includes plans to cut plastic bottles from vending machines and install more water bottle fillers in residence halls.
A nursing professor is working to raise awareness about geriatric nursing through a podcast, according to a School of Nursing release.
GW’s majority-White neighborhood has sustained one of the lowest coronavirus death rates in D.C. compared to other areas of the city that are majority Black.