Staff at Gelman Library have a new special collection focused on the arts after GW acquired the Corcoran College of Art + Design.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health is 96 percent of the way to meeting its $150 million fundraising goal as of this month, but with the launch of the University's comprehensive campaign, Dean Lynn Goldman isn’t slowing down.
GW claims the District is trying to squeeze money out of the University, one of the largest landowners in the city, which pays less in taxes as a nonprofit.
During the complicated merger, Corcoran students say they want more support and communication from GW.
Officials in GW’s fundraising office have started planning ways to lure donors from the art world, and will send out a message to Corcoran alumni within the next month.
GW's student loan default rate dropped one-tenth to 1.4 percent in 2012, marking the first time more GW graduates had been able to pay off their loans for two years.
D.C. police rolled out a pilot program last week that will put body cameras on more than 150 officers, but the University Police Department does not have plans to follow suit.
Senators shot down a bill that was meant to ease a budgeting process that groups say is still broken after years of overhauls to the system.
The District’s oldest private art gallery will close Oct. 1 for an overhaul of its collection, which will be restored and redistributed among the National Gallery of Art and smaller galleries and universities across D.C.
The app, called U Nightlife, is a project by SUNY Binghamton students Nathan Grotticelli and Justin Hill that's available for download on nine college campuses across the country.
We’re thrilled our Colonials are taking up the issue of campus sexual assault. It will be important, though, that the University carries this momentum through the rest of the season, the school year and beyond so the message reaches as many people as possible.
At a school where we often pride ourselves on student involvement, the CSE could do a much better job serving as a boon to student organizations instead of a burden.
A physical space would enable women's organizations to nurture a community through workshops, study hours, networking events and more – which they can’t accomplish working out of separate offices.
Through the first nine games of the season, sophomore forward MacKenzie Cowley has paced the women’s soccer team in scoring and already surpassed her goal total from her freshman season.
After a year of training, former GW varsity swimmer Bill Shipp (‘82) can add swimming the English Channel to his list of accomplishments, which has already included surviving cancer.
GW students went apple picking Sunday in an outing organized by GW Trails. Students were able to pick apples and pum...
GW’s Program Board teamed up with the Residence Hall Association this September for an events series called “Brea...
The steps of the Corcoran Gallery of Art were crowded with artists, students and former staff members Saturday for a ...