About 50 student leaders, officials and community members gathered in the Marvin Center Thursday to discuss building transparency, gathering student feedback and promoting diversity and inclusion.
The Task Force on Naming will convene 17 officials, trustees, students, faculty and alumni, and community members will be invited to provide input.
A local governing body deliberated over proposals that would improve transportation projects and move forward with construction projects.
Four former U.S. ambassadors discussed political and moral issues concerning refugees worldwide at the Elliott School of International Affairs Tuesday.
An organization created to advocate on behalf of staff has been “dormant” for several years, faculty said.
Knapp, who served as GW’s president from 2007 to 2017, will become the president of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh on Feb. 1.
Mayor Muriel Bowser discussed economic development, transportation and her time as mayor at Duques Hall Monday.
The SA Senate overwhelmingly passed a resolution Monday calling on the organization and the University to prevent instances of anti-Semitism on campus.
The Student Association’s head signed an executive order Sunday establishing a group charged with addressing anti-Semitism on campus.
Thurston Hall residents were evacuated Friday night after a potential short circuit which activated the building’s sprinkler system, D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services officials said.