Two law experts shared advice with students about the intersection between politics and immigration law at a webinar Tuesday.
The co-creator of #BlackLivesMatter spoke about how young people can create and participate in movements for social and political change Tuesday.
Commissioners said the School Without Walls principal should not be reprimanded for opposing the city’s school reopening plan.
The D.C. Council passed a bill Tuesday featuring a package of regulations for scooter usage and electric vehicle management across the District.
Administrators plan to begin publicizing some of the enrollment census data later this week, which is used for official statistics.
A hearing scheduled later this month will allow representatives from an ongoing court case to present oral arguments to Student Court judges.
SBA senators vote in favor to host two, nonconsecutive town halls with law school officials about the school’s “inadequate” response to COVID-19 protocols.
Senators passed the resolution without opposition and with four abstentions, urging officials to eliminate the use of single-use plastics.
In light of the spring’s virtual semester, the University will suspend all study abroad programs for the remainder of the academic year.
Housing will not be offered on a first-come, first-served basis, and officials will conduct a lottery if more than 1,500 students apply, officials said.