The head of GW's highest governing body donated $2,500 to GW alumnus and Mayor-elect Vincent Gray's transition committee, a fundraising report released last week shows.
Stories from the December 6, 2010, Print Edition
The nomination pool for the next dean of the GW Law School has been whittled down from 350 to 100 possible candidates.
The number of complaints community members logged against students saw a 16 percent jump last school year.
The University will add a "net-price calculator" to its website aimed at helping families decipher the cost of attending college. Colleges will be required to post the cost calculators on their websites, which will help students and their families average the cost that a full-time, first-year undergraduate student is charged after factoring in need-based and merit-based aid.
An Iowa congressman praised the GW College Republicans for campaigning against "freedom-restricting" and "socialist" Democratic lawmakers Thursday night.
Undergraduates are borrowing more money to fund their college education, according to a new study released by the Pew Research Center.
With finals and papers looming, many students are turning to Adderall or Ritalin -sometimes without a prescription.
International students studying at GW contributed more to the local economy last year than those studying at other D.C.-based colleges.
Williams will turn over his role to an "acting leader" during sabbatical, but the University has yet to announce the vice president's replacement.
Ten GW Law School students aided BP officials with the allocation the oil-giant's $20 billion claims fund.
A yearlong push to add a dramatically progressive option to student living came to a close, as the University announced it will offer gender-neutral housing next year.
"Now I can be me. People will listen to my ideas, not just my voice," Temmermand said. "This place has made such a huge impact on my life."
The University installed thirty-six new surveillance cameras costing nearly $60,000 in Ivory Tower last week to catch - as well as deter - people from vandalizing the hall.
Alumni surpassed an anonymous donor's challenge to give 9,000 donations by the end of the year, securing a gift to a financial aid fund.