Savannah Guthrie, the co-host of the NBC News morning show “Today,” urged graduates to embrace risks and enjoy their journeys at the University Commencement.
A report revealed that several libraries on campus have lost more than 90 percent of their revenue from the voluntary student library gift.
During Carbonell’s tenure as Board of Trustees chair, trustees increased the financial aid pool, overhauled the faculty code and expanded philanthropy at GW.
Four athletic programs notched championships this season while others struggled to reach the high bar set by last season’s squads.
If you’re staying in D.C. over the summer, use your free time to explore a new hobby or interest with these local classes.
D.C. partnered with Uber, sexual assault prevention groups and about 10 bars and clubs to launch a bystander awareness campaign to prevent sexual assault.
Officials said Academic Commons will pilot a series of workshops on studying skills and offer resources for students studying for the GRE.
The telescope – on indefinite loan from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center – measures concentrations of greenhouse gases.
Trustees approved changes to the faculty code Friday that clarify the tenure and promotion process and create a job performance review process for the provost.
The Board of Trustees voted Friday to approve updates to several sections of the student code of conduct, including language, definitions and guidelines.
Metropolitan Police Department officers received a report that a student assaulted another student at an off-campus residence.
International and domestic kidney care experts will gather in Jack Morton Auditorium from May 21 to 23 to discuss recent innovations in kidney care.
GW will participate in First Forward, a program that connects universities to discuss how to further the success of first-generation students.
Adam Brown graduated with his master’s in political management at the age of 18, making him one of the youngest students to graduate from GW this year.
Years later, the exhibit’s cancellation has sparked a discussion about artistic freedom and censorship.
Entertain your family with Jazz in the Garden or take advantage of your down time with a concert at The Anthem before Commencement day.
Alex Rood and her parents, who both graduated in 1984, have shared some of the same experiences between their four years at GW.
The backdrop of the Washington Monuments will never disappoint for a photoshoot, but there are more off-beat spots to pose in your cap and gown.
With a new coach and a full roster, men’s basketball has everything it needs to rebuild and convince the GW community that it can be a winning team.
After many heated arguments and some frustrated tears, my freshman year has taught me that I’m not really the Republican that I thought I was.
Students need to recognize that Petty’s track record in her first year has not left them in the dark, and they should utilize her in her second year.
Students should take a step back from U.S. politics and pay attention to elections around the world.
Officials must include more students in the search committee to ensure that the next provost will adequately represent both students and faculty.
While balancing internships, class and work may seem like the norm at GW, it is OK to take on less and find a better balance between your responsibilities.
Here is a recap of standout senior and graduate student-athletes who have left lasting marks and holes to fill in their respective programs.
Both players topped the Colonials’ leaderboard in batting average, hits, runs, walks, slugging percentage and on-base percentage.
Lacrosse head coach Tracy Coyne will resign after spending five years with the program.
Former guard Anna Savino will join the coaching staff after spending one season playing with the program.
Provost Forrest Maltzman, University President Thomas LeBlanc and rower Robert Hobert offered their words of encouragement to graduates.
Graduating editors took some time to reflect on their experiences at The Hatchet.
Dozens of embassies opened their doors to the public Saturday to hold tours and showcase performances.
The Wharf held its annual “Running of the Chihuahuas,” a fundraiser benefitting the Rural Dog Rescue.
On this week’s episode, assistant news editor Lia De Groot recounts the Class of 2019’s graduation ceremony on the National Mall.
Assistant news editor Jared Gans spoke with more than 15 faculty and staff who have complained about conditions in the psychology department building.
Student Association President Ashley Le talks about her work with administrators and SA leaders to cut costs of printing, laundry and rental rooms.