On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast host Alec Rich speaks with sports editor Emily Maise about the upcoming basketball season.
GW Students for Indigenous and Native American Rights is hosting online events during November to commemorate their annual Native American Heritage Celebration.
Undergraduate mentees said the program helped them navigate their preparations to take the Law School Admission Test and apply to law school.
Players voted sophomore forward Faith Blethen, redshirt junior forward Neila Luma and graduate student guard Jasmine Whitney as captains.
Although COVID-19 pandemic has cast a shadow on most of Provost Brian Blake’s time at GW, he said he has been able to make progress on his initial goals.
Professors’ days are typically filled with lectures, office hours and research. The pandemic has added teaching elementary school to their to-do list.
Thinking GW would quickly deplete the 1,500 additional room openings this spring, students said they looked for off-campus housing instead.
Students are working to assist people experiencing homelessness who live in encampments at risk of being cleared.
The GW Police Department announced this month it will be increasing the number of required hours officers must train starting in 2021.
This season, all 16 members of the men’s squad live in the United States with nine members growing up in the DMV.