Bill Gates spoke about his latest book on the importance of immediate action to combat climate change at a webinar Wednesday.
February 22, 2021
Volume 117, Issue 22
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The survey will mark the widest measure of faculty sentiment toward LeBlanc to date after years of rising tensions.
GW is completing a second phase of HVAC upgrades this semester to align with COVID-19 safety protocols and limit energy consumption.
Students said through their internships at the U.S. Capitol, they’ve witnessed how constituents are struggling to receive pandemic-related needs.
Two professors are teaming up to assess how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the number of investments made to affect social change.
Development officials said they will host events during the semester to connect seniors with current alumni and will not focus on fundraising.
A medical school professor has spent the past month interviewing D.C. residents about their perceptions of COVID-19 public health recommendations.
Experts said the disproportionate number of female professors may distort data, which show that female business faculty make more money than male faculty.
Chick-fil-A, Kin’s Sushi and GRK Fresh Greek reopened in District House for the first time since the outbreak of COVID-19.
District House residents evacuated nine times since the start of January because of a string of fire alarms triggered by kitchen smoke.