The George Washington University Department of Information Systems and Services / Telecommunications is currently moving and reconnecting University telephone systems in around campus location
WTOP is reporting a steam pipe broke at 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, severely injuring two construction workers and blowing off a manhole cover. For more on the story, visit this
To: Occupants of Staughton Hall
From: Barry L. Dempsey
Director, Office of Risk Management
Re: Lead Sampling Results
TO: GW Community
FROM: John Petrie
Assistant Vice President for Public Safety and Emergency Management
DATE: April 16, 2004
Thursday, April 22, is Earth Day. Many events are scheduled for the District of Columbia, including some at the National Mall.
On Thursday, March 25, the mid-campus quad area, including Kogan Plaza, will be closed to all pedestrian traffic between 6:45 a.m. and approximately 1:30 p.m. due to a special event with Sen.
The George Washington University has taken several precautionary steps in light of today's non-specific bomb threats to schools in the District of Columbia.
Mail to The George Washington University is NOT affected by the suspect mail on Capitol Hill. GW mail is not commingled with Capitol Hill mail.
During the winter break, ISS will transition its data systems from the Foggy Bottom Campus to the Virginia Campus. This is a multiple-phased plan, designed to minimize impact to the GW community.