A research team in the public health school published a study outlining how the HIV virus is spreading and developing drug resistance in the District.
Officials launched the WellTrack app this semester for students to track their mental health progress.
The Student Bar Association responded to comments made by University President Thomas LeBlanc that some called “racially insensitive.”
Faculty said the journal’s transition to GW will strengthen the University’s reputation as a leader in business language instruction.
Celebrity chef and philanthropist José Andrés said he drew from his experience as a chef and humanitarian to revamp his course covering food and sustainability, offered for the second time last semester.
The Student Bar Association passed a series of updates to their bylaws and provided ad hoc funding to seven student organizations at a meeting Tuesday.
Experts said that universities should push sustainability, but divesting is sometimes not seen as a sufficient countermeasure to climate change.
Panelists discussed the future of international law at the Jacob Burns Law Library Wednesday.
A professor co-authored a medical review that urges the development of guidelines for eating fewer processed foods to prevent obesity.
Student leaders in People for Periods will now stock bathrooms in Duques Hall and Eckles Library with free sanitary products.