The Faculty Senate debated an amended resolution Friday to assert its support for faculty inclusion in University-wide decision-making.
Sororities welcomed their new members on the Mall during the first recruitment held during the final days of winter break.
The Regulatory Studies Center will observe its 10-year anniversary next month with a conference on the past and future of regulatory policy.
A woman is suing the GW Hospital for abuse of process, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
MPD officers arrested a man outside the GW Hospital Wednesday for possessing a “white rock-like substance” and a “pint bottle of Promethazine syrup.”
James Tate will head the GW Police Department beginning Jan. 21. He will be the fifth person to oversee the department since early 2018.
The move comes about a month after Evans’ colleagues unanimously recommended his removal from the council and scheduled a final expulsion vote this month.
Researchers in the Antibacterial Resistance Leadership Group received $18.6 million to continue operations for the next seven years.
Four thefts occurred on campus within two days last week, according to reports from the Metropolitan Police Department.
An alumnus who works for the National Football League Players’ Association made the 2020 Forbes 30 Under 30 list.