Full service on the D.C. Circulator will resume Friday, marking another step for public transportation’s emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic in D.C.
GW’s symptomatic COVID-19 testing center relocated from the Lerner Health and Wellness Center to the Colonial Health Center Monday.
Officials said students will be able to bring up to four guests to the ceremony on the National Mall.
More than 30 Metrobus routes will expand service until 2 a.m. for the entire week, according to a WMATA release.
Officials announced fall move-in dates for undergraduates and an early July option for juniors and seniors this week.
The challenge is part of a nationwide effort to meet President Joe Biden’s goal to vaccinate 70 percent of American adults by July 4.
A spokesperson for Hoyer said the surgery was “successful” and Hoyer will work from home in Maryland as he begins physical therapy.
Officials are “looking into” an incident in which a student alleged a professor assigned a paper about Adolf Hitler’s public speaking.
Two recent graduates plan to create a mural on campus in honor of Leah Brock McCartney, GW’s first Black alumna, according to a University release Wednesday.
The program will provide interested students with practice problems and study plans during weekly meetings from June to September.