Margaret McDonald will represent District and Potomac houses, South, Guthridge, Lafayette and Strong halls, the Greek life townhouses and F Street House.
Students living on campus can now visit other residence halls this summer, but non-residential students are still prohibited from entry.
Officials said they expect classrooms, libraries and labs will reopen to full capacity following a relaxation of CDC guidelines.
The ANC hosted the discussion with the director of the D.C. Department of Human Services and three homelessness advocates during its monthly meeting.
Officials approved all eligible applications to live on campus this summer, allowing about 450 GW students to live in Foggy Bottom.
Margaret McDonald, who is running to fill a seat that has been vacant since January, wants to push to defund the police and tighten pedestrian safety.
Indian economists and activists discussed India’s COVID-19 and environmental crises during a virtual event Wednesday.
The alert was lifted after Metropolitan Police Department officers investigated and confirmed there were no hazardous materials in the package.
Bowser will lift limits on capacity, activity, time and other operations for restaurants, places of worship, gyms, schools and other venues May 21.
John Czwartacki, a former SMPA professor and aide to former President Donald Trump, couldn’t walk after receiving a drug for his multiple sclerosis.