The search for a director for the new AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy will begin next month, officials say.
A former assistant professor of radiation oncology in GW Medical Faculty Associates is suing MFA and the GW Hospital for allegedly forcing her to resign from her job.
Less than 24 hours before a gunman would walk into Comet Ping Pong, there were no empty chairs in the restaurant, except the ones vacated by children that were squeezing in one game of ping pong before their dinner.
The University Police Department began regularly documenting incidents of public drunkenness last year.
Following a day-long hearing to determine whether or not resident advisers at GW can unionize, the NLRB has yet to come to a decision.
The yield rate, or portion of admitted students who end up attending GW, has dropped from 25.5 percent last year to 24.7 percent for the Class of 2020.
A student reported to UPD that he was assaulted multiple times by his roommate over a period of several weeks.
An empty space in the basement of Tompkins Hall will soon be GW’s first innovation incubator.
The Student Association will be sending out an affordability survey Dec. 7 to determine students’ top financial concerns.
President-elect Donald Trump’s administration promises a distinct change in the country’s political climate, which could affect numerous fields of study.
Applications for grants for travel to unpaid internships will reopen on Jan. 17.
The University’s capital fundraising campaign has passed 90 percent of its goal, reaching $901 million.
After the presidential election, Mental Health Services created daily walk-in hours for students to discuss election-related concerns and reactions.
Officials said they will go ahead with plans to raise 55 postdoc salaries after a federal judge blocked the regulation that required GW to raise their pay.
Two of the building’s six vendors are set to open in the coming weeks, but others won’t be ready until next semester.