The D.C. government has outlined four “allocation phases” for locals to get vaccinated, prioritizing individuals who face a higher risk of infection.
Email malware has targeted users in the GW community, jeopardizing personal financial information records, according to an email from GW IT Thursday.
Local community members elected a new president of the Foggy Bottom Association and charted plans to guide the neighborhood through the year.
Officials said they publicly launched the program last month with a goal to provide scholarships and chances to connect with alumnae in various industries.
Metro officials are proposing major service cutbacks for fiscal year 2022 amid a massive budget shortfall, according to an agency proposal released Monday.
Kevin O’Connor, the Medical Faculty Associates’ director of executive medicine, has served as President-elect Joe Biden’s primary care physician since 2009.
The alumni join hundreds of experts selected to advise the incoming administration as they prepare to lead the federal government beginning Jan. 20.
SA senators voted to make several short-term changes to the election process like cutting in half the number of signatures required for each candidate to run.
Officials put the 20/30 Plan on hold in April as a result of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on GW’s enrollment.
The School of Media and Public Affairs hosted a panel Monday about the legacy and impact of the 2020 presidential election debates on the final results.