The D.C. area is set to receive $1.4 billion for public transit after Congress passed a third COVID-19 relief package Wednesday.
Unemployed workers said they’ve struggled to obtain unemployment benefits and find new jobs in the area since the pandemic began a year ago.
A panel of medical experts addressed common questions and misconceptions about the safety of new COVID-19 vaccines Tuesday.
GW is completing a second phase of HVAC upgrades this semester to align with COVID-19 safety protocols and limit energy consumption.
An author and professor spoke about his latest book on stigma associated with mental illness Wednesday.
The RHA reinstated building representatives and residence hall councils to help organize events, like distributing cleaning supplies and hosting game nights.
The Foggy Bottom Food Pantry reopened after closing in March, but volunteers are now struggling to overcome food shortages and a smaller clientele.
A law professor discussed the speculation surrounding then-President Donald Trump’s last days in office Tuesday.
A panel of people with backgrounds in study abroad programs discussed the challenges for international education in a post-pandemic world Tuesday.
Kimberlé Crenshaw, the Annual Diversity Summit’s keynote speaker, addressed current social justice issues facing the people of color Thursday.