Senators voted to form a special committee dedicated to promoting sustainability and environmental justice at a special meeting Monday.
June 19, 2020
Stories from the June 19, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Two dermatology fellows received research grants to study skin cancer therapies and race-based health disparities in dermatology.
The House will vote on a bill for D.C. statehood next week, marking the first time in 27 years that the body will vote on the issue.
The chapter received a suspension of at least two years, but representatives of its national organization said they will appeal the decision.
GW began allowing some researchers to work in on-campus research spaces last week in accordance with public health guidelines.
The SMPA Documentary Center is putting its documentary filmmaking program on hold for one year, according to a release.
Activism needs to be complemented by consuming more information from long-form news sources that provide an unbiased account of events, rather than only consuming our friends’ opinions.
Every registered voter in Ward 2 received a mail-in ballot for Tuesday’s special election that will fill the D.C. Council’s Ward 2 vacancy.
A Pakistani student organization is working with Wesleyan University’s Muslim Students Association to raise funds for the Black Lives Matter movement.
District residents can now receive free COVID-19 antibody tests, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Monday.