The lawsuit alleges doctors failed to identify a former patient’s chest tumor that was visible in a CT scan before her death in 2019.
September 16, 2021
Stories from the September 16, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The University will require visitors to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test from the past six days before their visit.
An Elliott School of International Affairs professor and student leaders discuss ways students can get involved in helping incoming Afghan refugees to the D.C. area.
D.C. officials said they’ll target the E Street encampment with a new initiative to connect people experiencing homelessness with housing opportunities.
Cissy Petty said she will continue leading the Colonial Health Center going forward and the University will not search for a new CHC executive director.
Experts said residence halls likely served as a breeding ground for mold as they sat empty throughout the pandemic without adequate ventilation.
The SA Senate voted to set a referendum that may bring first-year senators back to the SA through the first fall elections in the SA’s history.
Almost 30 women-based organizations on campus gathered Saturday to talk about their groups and meet potential new members.
The SBA Senate passed a resolution declaring its support for the improvement of the federal government’s student loan forgiveness program Tuesday.
Officials said pressing the button triggers a classroom emergency lockdown, locking the room’s GWorld reader while notifying GWPD of the emergency.