Rene Villanueva is suing the University for negligence and strict liability for the incident and the severe burns that it caused.
A woman was assaulted and robbed after an individual approached her from behind in the alley next to the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The National Labor Relations Board issued a second decision this week allowing undergraduate student workers to form unions following a similar ruling in April involving GW resident advisers.
Ivymount scrapped its plan to open a school in the former Thaddeus Stevens School building, a program official confirmed Thursday – more than a week after D.C. Public Schools pulled its funding for the project.
Cheryl Thompson, an associate professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs, has been named the organization’s Educator of the Year.
At about 1 a.m. Sunday morning, the woman and man were arguing when the woman threw an unknown object, striking the man in the face, according to a police report.
The man was arrested Thursday night and charged with second degree theft and unlawful entry after police discovered he had previously been barred from University property, according to a police report.
A male subject allegedly destroyed a dining table, chairs and drinking dispenser before threatening another man at Beefsteak.
Former SA President Erika Feinman presented the Board with a list of recommendations detailing how to add a student to the University’s highest governing body.
Officials are convening a faculty advisory board to focus on teaching, learning and raising retention rates.