The Black Men’s Initiative released a letter urging five student groups and LeBlanc to details ways they will support the black community.
The Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement will host events for the GW community in the wake of recent instances of police brutality.
The District’s Capital Bikeshare stations closed Sunday evening under fear that protests expected to last into the night could potentially cause damages.
Mayor Muriel Bowser ordered a citywide curfew for the District for Sunday night in response to recent protests over incidents of police brutality.
Provost Brian Blake said administrators are discussing starting the fall semester early or concluding in-person classes by Thanksgiving.
The letter comes amid protests over the death of two black citizens who died at the hands of police officers in recent months.
As universities move classes online to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, GW and other institutions are facing lawsuits demanding tuition refunds.
Administrators have developed a Back to Campus Initiative, with a dual focus on academic planning and campus operations.
DMV-area lawmakers requested Tuesday that federal officials suspend plans for a 4th of July celebration in the nation’s capital.
Researchers in the Milken Institute School of Public Health received a grant to study the impact of COVID-19 social distancing measures on air quality.