Tens of thousands of anti-abortion protesters called on state legislatures to end abortion protections during the first March for Life since the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
The meeting is the first in an ongoing series at GW exploring the opportunities and challenges associated with AI technology like ChatGPT
The now-completed dining overhaul is the product of years of students advocacy for officials to respond to food insecurity on campus.
Students in the GW African Development Initiative said they led the effort for the Elliott School to launch Africa in the Global Economy.
Abate said the effects of climate change are only getting worse, and the international community must get ahead of the challenges climate refugees face.
Experts said officials’ use of COVID-19 as a benchmark for recruitment strategies could remain indefinitely at GW.
Officials announced a partnership with AcademicLiveCare to provide free counseling, urgent medical care, therapy and psychiatry appointments.
Erlich discussed the role propaganda plays in Ukrainian or Russian support for the Kremlin by citing findings from his research.
Tigerella general manager Adam Tiehen said a lack of patrons and competition with nearby cafes forced the cafe to close after five months.
Students can now upload their U-Pass cards to their Apple Wallet, but the physical card will no longer function after they do so, according to a release.