R. Alexander Pyron, an associate professor of biology, helped discover a new species of dusky salamander in the swamps of the Gulf Coastal Plain.
GW researchers found the racist historic practice of redlining has made finding present-day behavioral health services for communities of color more difficult.
CancerFreeHIV, an online initiative started by SMHS fourth-year Allison Graeter, addresses persons with HIV’s higher cancer mortality rates.
A Milken study found some beef products labeled as “Raised Without Antibiotics” may contain cattle that have been administered antibiotics.
Senators approved $2,000 from its ad hoc fund to the Law School Band and $1,500 to the Muslim Law Students Association.
Senators voted to require at least one senator to run an outreach table at lounges in law school buildings to connect with the students.
The GW Emergency Management Club will host events for members to simulate medical disaster situations and learn to perform CPR.
Federal officials lifted travel bans on more than 30 countries, including Brazil, China, South Africa, India and much of Europe earlier this month.
The summit’s lineup featured civil rights activist and keynote speaker Angela Davis and honorary guests Dr. Tony Keith and Rebecca Russo, among others.
The resolution condemns the words “illegal,” “alien” and “assimilation” in reference to undocumented immigrants.