Metro general manager and CEO Paul Wiedefeld announced his retirement Monday after the Metro announced delays due to a failure to recertify train operators.
Van Hollen said he was admitted to GW Hospital after experiencing “lightheadedness and acute neck pain” at an event in Maryland.
Alyssa Ayres, the dean of the Elliott School, said she was “inspired” by the Class of 2022’s resilience as they endured the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faculty of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences led the graduation celebration for the Class of 2022 Saturday afternoon.
Interim University President Mark Wrighton appointed Charles Barber as permanent vice president and general counsel.
University officials reported nearly 300 positive COVID-19 cases this week out of about 10,000 total tests.
The gym, pool, basketball courts and wellness center will close until at least mid-fall as officials perform “extensive” HVAC updates and equipment upgrades.
Public Health have signed a letter calling for the OSHA to implement stronger health standards that will better protect healthcare workers.
Alex Marquardt, Jason Rezaian and Donie O’Sullivan discussed topics like the events on Jan. 6 and the modern trends of misinformation and disinformation.
D.C. Circulator operators ratified the contract, which will raise driver hourly wages by about six dollars, Thursday evening.