More than 70 GW community members are dealing with mold outbreaks across campus buildings less than a month after GW’s reopening.
The Division of Safety and Facilities observed high humidity and what appeared to be mold in two Townhouse Row units, officials confirmed Friday.
A man who had previously been barred from campus was found unconscious in the G Street Garage and placed under arrest.
University spokesperson Crystal Nosal said 282 juniors and seniors will live in the hotel this year because of ongoing renovations to Thurston Hall.
Student leaders who helped to develop the dining plan said the dining halls could improve food accessibility and community in Foggy Bottom.
Officials will fully enforce GW’s residence hall guest policy this fall, but students are questioning how stringent the enforcement will be.
Students living in Townhouse Row said they observed mold growing in their rooms before experiencing symptoms like fevers and bloody coughing fits.
The F Street townhouse received upgrades to its furniture and HVAC systems to complete its transition from fraternity to general housing.
GW will open all-you-can-eat dining halls at Thurston and Shenkman halls, District House and Pelham Commons as part of overhauls to its dining system.
Two students were transported to the hospital and referred to the Division for Students Affairs after being found intoxicated last week.