A pregnant woman was arrested at the GW Hospital Tuesday after chasing another woman with a knife, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.
Officials will use “up to” $20 million of GW’s unrestricted assets to help close the budget gap, LeBlanc said in the email.
Foggy Bottom’s two in-house testing centers are moving to Shenkman Hall Monday, according to an email sent to students.
Administrators said in an email that the expansion will help protect the “entire community” and provide “insight” into off-campus positive cases.
Student Bar Association senators welcomed a new pool of elected senators into the body, filling all positions on the SBA for the first time in recent history.
“Several” leaks were found in the District House roof after heavy rains, University spokesperson Crystal Nosal said.
An author and international relations professor spoke about foreign interference with elections at an Elliott School of International Affairs event Monday.
SA senators questioned Brookins on his decision to release an executive order before consulting with the senate on possible legislation.
Vendors previously said the shortage of students on campus cut business numbers in half during the first week of operation.
The order cites some of LeBlanc’s most prominent decisions, including recently implemented budget cuts and layoffs.