Roughly 75 students gathered in the Marvin Center Amphitheater Wednesday for an annual debate among Student Association candidates.
A researcher in the public health school was awarded $1.2 million last semester to research the way Bangladeshi infants contract an infectious bacteria.
Nicolaas Fourie, a research professor of anthropology who earned his doctorate from GW, died last month at 38.
More than 200 Asian professors were employed in 2018, the highest number in at least a decade, officials said earlier this month.
Members of the Progressive Student Union said administrators have not addressed a list of 10 demands regarding labor conditions at GW.
A group of students launched a new off-campus organization Monday providing free emergency contraception.
A new project in the School of Media and Public Affairs will ask political communication students to consider the ethics of their field.
Officials plan to house upperclassmen in a graduate residence hall and off-campus hotel while Thurston Hall receives renovations.
The D.C. Council unanimously voted Tuesday to reprimand Councilmember Jack Evans, who is currently under federal investigation.
Darrell Darnell, the leader of the GW Police Department, has at least temporarily exited his position, a University spokeswoman confirmed.