After serving a four-year term as chairman of the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission, Patrick Kennedy relinquished the role to Commissioner William Smith, previously the commission’s vice chairman.
A University spokeswoman said the search is part of the University’s commitment to grow its programs and reputation around the world.
A faculty report recently found that Gelman could only seat 6 to 7 percent of the student body at a time.
James Harnett is looking to create more student involvement with the community as part of his bid for a spot on the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission.
Chief Information Officer Loretta Early announced at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that the University will decide the next management system within two years.
Student leaders said that even though the campaign isn’t currently on track to meet its goal, the first semester was still successful.
Michael Christian Woods, a junior studying political science and Africana studies, will compete against Mayor Bowser and two other candidates in the upcoming District mayoral race.
The group’s vice president suggested that minority students don’t attend AQWA events, according to a post from the organization’s president.
Tysheron Grant skates with his son, Cody, at the Washington Harbour Ice Rink.
The University announced that both UPD Chief RaShall Brackney and Assistant Michael Glaubach would be leaving their roles.