Members of the Faculty Senate’s diversity, equity and inclusion subcommittee said the alleged discrimination supports an “inequitable culture” at GW.
Panelists elaborated on how U.S. and EU policies toward China have escalated tensions among the three international groups.
LeBlanc said officials are “committed” to preventing discrimination on campus and that GW is currently “investigating” the allegations.
The continued delays will last for the duration of the University’s U-Pass trial period taking place next month.
A female student reported that a male student sexually assaulted her, entering her room without permission and refusing to leave.
Students will be able to pick up their cards from the University Student Center after returning from Thanksgiving break, according to an email from officials.
More than a year after GW launched its COVID-19 vaccine trials, researchers are now turning their focus to administering booster shots.
The construction project is scheduled to wrap up in the spring, with restaurants and businesses potentially opening in the summer.
Officials relaunched an academic leadership initiative involving faculty leaders across the University this fall after a year-long pause during the pandemic.
Dean of Students Cissy Petty moved into District in October and will continue her stay through the rest of the academic year.