University President Thomas LeBlanc expressed support for D.C. statehood in a University release Friday.
Officials said a bust of George Washington located on 23rd and F streets no longer affixed to its stand did not appear to be the target of a protest against GW.
A group of graduate students found that police forces are not the best medium to carry out prevention and response programs that combat violent extremism.
Officials in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences announced the creation of an anti-racism coalition at a town hall, according to a release Friday.
Senators voted to form a special committee dedicated to promoting sustainability and environmental justice at a special meeting Monday.
Two dermatology fellows received research grants to study skin cancer therapies and race-based health disparities in dermatology.
GW began allowing some researchers to work in on-campus research spaces last week in accordance with public health guidelines.
School of Engineering and Applied Science researchers found evidence of racial bias in the algorithms ride share companies use to price fares.
The School of Nursing will host a series of events this summer to discuss the effects of systemic racism on society.
Milken researchers received a $25 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue combating the D.C. HIV epidemic.