Former and current colleagues of Brian Blake, the next provost, said he will bring more than 20 years of experience and a “data-driven” focus to GW.
Taylor Golembiewski, a 5-foot-7-inch guard from Storrs, Conn., is women’s basketball’s first Class of 2025 recruit.
Rowers have their eyes transfixed on the NCAA Division I Rowing Championship, a feat the program has only achieved once in 1998.
More than 10 liberal arts faculty said the increase in the proportion of STEM majors could cause a “radical” shift in funding to non-STEM departments.
The 2019-20 school year features 13 graduate students across both men’s and women’s sports, up from two graduate student-athletes the previous season.
In their home-opener, the Colonials (2-1) trounced Hartford (1-2) and Howard (1-2), but succumbed to a loss to American.
The change to a personal adviser system in CCAS may lead to stronger student-adviser relationships, students and experts said.
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.