The Student Court dismissed former SA presidential candidate Hannah Edwards’ request for a runoff election Wednesday.
The school’s “Inclusive Excellence Week” addressed topics in international affairs, like the ongoing violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Teashi reopened in Shenkman’s lower food court earlier this month with access restricted to campus residents and capacity limited to 25 percent.
Students voted to add an urban studies minor in CCAS through a referendum during the Student Association elections earlier this month.
Participating marching bands, drill teams and other youth organizations were unable to organize trips to D.C. because of COVID-19 limitations.
Lynn Goldman, the dean of the Milken Institute School of Public Health, said she believes officials should move in the direction of a vaccine requirement.
Several alumni discussed the ethics of representation, diversity and inclusion in national politics and public affairs at an event Tuesday.
A panel of experts with backgrounds in education discussed challenges in academic performance during the pandemic Thursday.
All D.C. residents age 16 and older will be eligible for the vaccine on Monday as vaccine distribution efforts get ahead of schedule.
Blake said he had not fully weighed whether he would desire the role when he was revealed as a finalist last week.