Officials are updating virtual and physical campus maps to include markers of ramps and automatic doors.
February 6, 2020
Stories from the February 6, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The average number of single rides on Capital Bikeshare bicycles dropped by about 50 percent last year, WTOP reported last week.
Student leaders said they will use the results to demonstrate that racism among top University leaders is a systemic issue.
Officials said the policy has led to a “measurable drop” in skips but added that the policy has not been in place long enough to determine its success.
Coming off a 2019 campaign that culminated in a trifecta of program firsts, the Colonials are returning 14 members of last season’s squad.
Officials said the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity will return to campus this spring after a four-year suspension.
The update comes after the Student Association Senate called on the University last week to bring student leaders up to date on the status of the council.
Five years into a seven-year strategic plan for GW Libraries, officials said the library system has helped push forward GW’s academic and research endeavors.
Sunrise GW marched from Kogan Plaza to University President Thomas LeBlanc’s house and a nearby administrative office Wednesday.
Withholding information about chapter closures contributes to a pattern of burying the truth to maintain a clean reputation.