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The University has trimmed $8.2 million in funding to support its blueprint for the next decade, after already instituting hiring freezes and slashing administrative spending to make up for a shortfall.
The School of Media and Public Affairs will choose several students to work as production assistants before and during the show's taping, the school announced Wednesday.
In two weeks, the William Gaines Gwathmey Foundation's GoFundMe campaign has raised more than $1,600 toward a $10,000 goal, which will be used to buy basketball equipment for elementary and middle schools.
The Metropolitan Police Department’s assistant chief says he can't remember the last time one victim has reported being sexually assaulted by multiple attackers in D.C.
Media Credit: Aly Kruse | Hatchet Staff PhotographerA mural drawn by Corcoran students to protest recent events in Ferguson, Mo. is power washed off a wall in front of Gelman Library. Protests continued both on campus and around D.C. in the week following the grand jury decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson.
GW will not unveil a new round of cost-saving ideas through the Innovation Task Force this month, marking the first semester that the program has not vetted programs to boost the University's bottom line since it launched five years ago.
GW may be asking for contributions to its $1 billion fundraising campaign, but there’s one department looking for donors to give the ultimate gift: their bodies.
Deans looking to increase their international partnerships will be asked to collaborate more on where their schools plan to grow ties – with a focus on boosting GW's strongest existing connections.
Mark Lee was a diligent and quick-witted fourth-year law student, who will be remembered by his friends and family for taking the challenges of law school in stride with an easy-going attitude and warm laugh.
Starting this fall, GW’s entire 18-person admissions office is being tasked with “recruiting the world,” instead of leaving international recruitment to just a few.
When University President Steven Knapp went to Turkey earlier this month, he brought back an unexpected souvenir – a potential partnership with a sustainable dairy farm.
Sex offenses were more often reported to University administrators than to campus police last year, which experts say is because students are becoming more comfortable reporting such crimes to other campus resources.
In the past three years, Mohammad Faghfoory has raised about $500,000 to grow his program and support students looking to enroll.
Cardiovascular research is expanding across the University, and faculty are taking advantage of a nationwide increase interest in the topic to further their own work.
Flags were ordered to fly at half-mast across the city Sunday as D.C. residents reflected on the tumultuous career of political legend and revered former mayor Marion Barry.
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More than half of the social Greek chapters on campus are on probation, and students say the way GW punishes organizations has to change.
Media Credit: Aly Kruse | Hatchet Staff PhotographerCourtni Cerr, right, a member of the Humanitarian Mapping Society, helps GW alumna Kate Getz, left, map neighborhoods of Zimbabwe’s capital city, Harare, as part of the Missing Maps project, which creates maps that can better facilitate disaster responses and updates maps for areas affected by disease epidemics and natural disasters.
GW’s security chief has hired consultants to investigate the University Police Department's culture and policies – a move that experts say could help campus officers start fresh after reports of widespread harassment and discrimination within the force.
The University counts at least six billionaires among its alumni network, including the chairman of Samsung and a man who owns every McDonald’s in Egypt.
Michael Shanahan, a veteran Washington journalist with piercing wit, may be best remembered as a steadfast advocate for the hundreds of students he mentored during his nearly 15 years teaching at GW.
Public health faculty shifted focus to Ebola this fall as professors fielded more requests from the media and looked to address structural issues in West Africa.
The amount GW gives in merit-based scholarships has increased about 37 percent since 2010, representing a slice of the financial aid pool that has swelled each year to help officials lure higher-achieving students to campus.
The Interfraternity Council has narrowed down its list of potential fraternities to join campus next fall to three: Alpha Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Phi and Phi Gamma Delta.
A Gelman Library technology and geographic information systems specialist is looking to bring resources to D.C.'s homeless with mapping technology that locates high-traffic areas.
The University announced an exchange program with a Turkish university this week, which will let students study in Istanbul for up to one year.