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.
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.
The longest-serving commanding general to the U.S.-NATO forces in Afghanistan discussed his disciplinary responsibilities in the U.S. Army.
GW had advised community members for roughly an hour to stay indoors Sunday as the Metropolitan Police investigates a robbery that occurred off-campus.
Students passed referendums to replace ranked-choice voting in certain elections and to divide at-large seats for four schools into undergraduate and graduate positions.
Officials will continue the mandate “until further notice” after Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that the District’s indoor mask mandate will be lifted.
A local governing body voted to install the Flixbus stop on the 400 block of 19th Street near the F Street intersection.