The order cites some of LeBlanc’s most prominent decisions, including recently implemented budget cuts and layoffs.
Delta Tau Delta President Jacob Liedke said members tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a gathering last week.
Jessica Krug, an associate professor who admitted to falsifying her Black identity for years, has stepped down from her post.
Provost Brian Blake and Dean Paul Wahlbeck encouraged students to seek support from various University offices.
Jessica Krug began teaching Latin American and African history this semester, according to the schedule of classes.
Krug wrote that she pretended to be Black in her teen years and held onto that false identity into her adulthood.
Administrators had sought the District’s approval of GW’s reopening plan by early July but had yet to publicly announce the plan’s approval.
The brief supports Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s suit against federal authorities, which was filed Wednesday.
Officials have submitted a fall operations plan to D.C. officials, seeking approval to resume in-person classes in August with strict safety procedures.
Officials plan to hold classes on Labor Day and during Fall Break to reduce student travel and maximize in-person instruction time.