The hire will likely come from within the University, and officials plan to start reviewing candidates by the end of this month.
A randomly selected group of undergraduate students received an email survey with questions about how much money they spend at on-campus and off-campus dining venues, and their dining habits on weekdays and weekends.
A 61-year-old attorney, Marcos Ronquillo has served on the law school’s Board of Advisers for the last 10 years.
Faculty approved a resolution Friday that will allow AP or IB classes or courses taken at other institutions to count toward G-PAC, in an effort to attract students and cut back on the number of restrictions the college imposes on students’ schedules.
California-based Marketo announced last week that it will help officials at the business school track students throughout their time at GW and look for enrollment patterns.
Those students will take classes within both schools to meet the “growing demand” for analysts with expertise in law and education.
An advising council dedicated to guiding student life programs across campus – from health and wellness to career services – will launch as early as this April.
OrgSync will offer student leaders a one-stop program to make their own websites, send messages to members, keep track of their budgets and request event space around campus.
The members of Holychild credit their success to having a comprehensive education — an opportunity they say GW students who have a zest for music but different majors will now miss.
This summer, one junior and computer science major will move from the city of political junkies to the nexus of techies for a dive into the world of startups.
The Corcoran will surely bring benefits to GW over time, but these cuts to the music department have an immediate and drastic impact on students.
I don’t regret coming to GW as a member of the GOP. It has given me a unique perspective on the left/right divide, and if nothing else, has made me so much happier with the position I’m in now: I openly call myself an independent.
Not all spurts of illness happen during business hours, and not all students are even able to make an appointment time during the workday because of classes and work schedules. We live in a 24/7 world, and it is time for our health clinic to reflect that.
Women’s basketball seniors Chakecia Miller and Bria Bourgeois have known each other since seventh grade and their years as high school standouts in Atlanta's suburbs.
Kopriva has never been a star on the court, often winning more accolades for his academic performance than his athletic prowess.
GW What I Be hosted a Music and Arts Night this Sunday at the Science and Engineering Hall on campus. The performance...
Kites glided through the sky at the fifth annual Blossom Kite Festival held at the Washington Monument on Saturday. ...
GW Class Council provided a taste of cultures and ethnicities from around the world all under the roof of the Contine...