More than 650 law school graduates received their diplomas at the school’s commencement celebration in the Charles E. Smith Center Sunday.
Freshman right-hander Alex Kobersteen recorded his first win of the season backed by a strong offense in a victory over Coppin State.
Officials in the Elliott School of International Affairs will shorten its freshman retreat and give students more time to interact with faculty.
Senior Logan Lowe has inked his name in GW golf history, setting several program records throughout his four years.
Following a weekend series win and a nonconference win, the Colonials stayed hot against the William and Mary, notching 11 hits in their 8–4 win.
The Colonials’ three-game sweep against Saint Louis over the weekend tallied GW’s 30th win of the year just the second time in program’s history.
Officials in the Elliott School of International Affairs are revamping a program that allows students to conduct professional research.
Seven experts on politics and journalism discussed the relationship between Americans and the local news media Wednesday.
Most academic advising offices will subscribe to a new online tool this fall allowing them to store advising notes and communicate more easily with students.
More than 200 Asian professors were employed in 2018, the highest number in at least a decade, officials said earlier this month.