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Friday’s vote marks a major milestone in GW’s initiative to pave the way for increased collaboration among faculty, administrators and trustees.
Interim University President Mark Wrighton’s dog, Spike, moved into the F Street House in late January.
Jackson taught a federal sentencing seminar at GW Law during the 2011, 2012 and 2014 spring semesters.
The most anticipated candidate has opted against running, citing cyberbullying that nearly led her to take time off from school.
Meyers Taylor had been selected as Team USA’s flag bearer, but she missed the opening ceremony after testing positive for COVID-19 on Jan. 29.
Trustees are expected to reach a decision on whether to eliminate the moniker completely by the end of the academic year.
Interim University President Mark Wrighton’s first two weeks have consisted of meetings with administrators, trustees, faculty and D.C. government officials.
Here are some of the most memorable moments for the University and District from this year.
Trustees are poised to make announcements about the search for GW’s next president and make a long-awaited decision about the future of the Colonials moniker.