The University cut its spending on international fundraising almost in half last fiscal year, marking a possible shifting focus in fundraising, experts say.
With debt payments outpacing financial foundation payment, University's financial health faces scrutiny
The University will pay about $83 million off its $1.7 billion debt next fiscal year, the highest-ever payment and an amount that outpaces the money it gains from its financial investments by about $11 million.
Many of the trips are part of semester-long courses where students spend a week or two weeks in another country with their professor and classmates.
Mary Cheh, a Council member from Ward 3, passed emergency legislation last week prohibiting Pepco from shutting down a resident’s power during heat waves. The power utility would not cease services the day before, the day of or in any part of a sequence of days with a predicted temperature of more than 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
For the first time this year, officials have expanded training for freshmen during Colonial Inauguration from beyond information sessions taking place over the summer into the first week of school.
Knapp was paid about $1.12 million overall in fiscal year 2014, $170,000 less than the previous fiscal year.
Each student in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences can now choose from a lineup of academic advisers.
Two University officials said in a meeting with a Fossil Free GW student leader on Friday that GW plans to respond to the group's call to remove its investments in fossil fuels in the fall, the student confirmed.
Students looking to join a fraternity will be “strongly encouraged” to attend an informational session covering cover the basics of what a fraternity is, a description of rush and the “core values” of GW Greek life before deciding to go through the formal rush process.
Keaton Marek was found dead at 24th and M streets. His professors said he was a compassionate and eager student, who was not afraid to debate his classmates. Marek graduated from GW with a degree in political science in May.
For the latest in trendy eats and comfort foods near campus, check out these new restaurants in walking distance.
From American University's art scene to Howard University’s nightlife, here’s how you can explore the best of the District's other university neighborhoods.
Before you hit the books during your first semester at GW, study up on some campus vocabulary.
Whether you’re gearing up to study abroad, or just hoping to widen your palette in college, here are the top spots for international food in the district.
Here’s what you’ll love — and what will take some getting used to — at your first-year home.
Well, welcome to GW. In just a few short weeks a big part of your life is going to change. I’m not talking about where you live or your friend group — I’m talking about your phone.
With scenic hiking trails, historic neighborhoods and other cities at your fingertips, you should be reserving some Saturday afternoons for exploring before the breezy D.C. fall turns into blistery winter.
Once you’ve unpacked, met your roommates and said goodbye to your parents, you’ll begin to realize there’s a lot more to living on your own than doing your own laundry. (By the way, have you packed a hamper? Detergent pods? Dryer sheets?)
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Each student should be assigned a specific financial aid counselor who is responsible for that student’s aid, and can be their point of contact for all financial aid issues.
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Take a class that will make you a more knowledgeable person, not just one that you need to graduate.
I turned to a range of student leaders in the GW community who have changed my life for the better, seeking their thoughts on what they would advise new students.
They were the Bullpen Bash Brothers. But unlike the bash bros in The Mighty Ducks, this duo never suffered from fiery tempers.
Hatchet Sports caught up with men's basketball head coach Mike Lonergan in his office to talk about the news from the team this summer, and what to expect in the fall.
Here's your personal tour of GW's Foggy Bottom campus. Video by Kendall Payne. ...
The George Washington University graduates of the class of 2015 gathered on the National Mall for the annual commence...
Seniors recollected their favorite GW memories and the opportunities they wish they took advantage of during their fo...