Top officials and student leaders have taken up a new line to explain University decisions and set long-term goals – “the student experience.”
Officials plan to create a task force to examine ways of addressing concerns about grants applications and experiments.
A religious life center would provide a place for students to engage in worship, community activities and hold interfaith events with each other.
For every $1 the University shelled out for professional fundraising services, officials raised about $149 in fiscal year 2016.
Experts said mandatory diversity training is a step to open up the conversation about inclusion, but larger steps are needed.
A former U.S. ambassador spoke about the ethical challenges of serving in the U.S. Foreign Service at the Elliott School of International Affairs Tuesday.
Next academic year, about 2,300 undergraduates who received the Perkins loan could have to seek alternate aid to attend GW.
Officials said the new process is designed to allow for a broad overview of a dean’s performance, giving all groups involved an outlet to comment.
In interviews, 10 graduate students said the University allocates more resources to combating undergraduate food insecurity – leaving graduates behind.
Lion Dancers celebrate the Year of the Dog at the Chinese New Year Parade in Chinatown Sunday, hosted by the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association.
Upon arrival, University Police Department officers found that city police had already responded to the scene.
Last week, officials unveiled “GW Global,” a website condensing the University’s international resources and projects into one webpage.
Three professors from different programs co-organized a one-credit, pass/fail course on the pivotal moments and major issues of 1968.
As spring break approaches, flights to faraway places might be calling your name. But traveling on a student budget isn’t easy.
Whenever “National Treasure” airs on television, Hunter Gomez’s phone floods with texts, Snapchats and screenshots.
For some students on campus, knowing their childhood is labeled as history is a strange experience.
Spies and actors have more in common than people think – at least according to Jennifer Lawrence.
If you’re in search of a rich pasta dish that tastes straight out of Italy, Cucina Al Volo’s six locations around the District will do the trick.
As juniors and seniors begin to plan their futures after graduation, we must remember that our worst-case scenarios are truly not as bad as we think.
Before looking to the future, candidates need to evaluate the present administration and their new goals.
There are many ways to make mistakes on social media, and sometimes they’re not as obviously wrong as a racist remark.
By involving minority student leaders, the University can better ensure that whatever program they decide to implement has input from those most affected by it.
Many times, racism is present in a look or a remark that can seem insignificant until you stop and think about it.
This conversation about racism on campus was a necessary one that we must continue to have, even after we move on from this incident.
Women’s basketball defeated Saint Joseph’s for its sixth victory in seven games Tuesday night in Philadelphia.
After early struggles put GW at the bottom of the Atlantic 10 standings, recent wins have players optimistic about the tournament.
Both men’s and women’s track and field finished in last place of the Atlantic 10 Indoor Track Championships in Kingston, R.I. last weekend.
The Colonials took the field for their last weekend with a starting lineup that included just four returning starters.
The Colonials will rely on more than half of their 19 pitchers to play major roles in their early-season rotation.
Officials have recently boosted the dining plan for undergraduate students, but graduate students say GW hasn’t done enough to alleviate their food insecurity.
Residents celebrated the Year of the Dog at the annual Chinese New Year Parade in Chinatown Sunday.
The Colonials pulled off their most notable win of the season, defeating the Rams 80-56 at the Smith Center.
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