University President Thomas LeBlanc said he will speak often this year about the dangers of social media after a spring semester full of online controversy.
The secretary of homeland security spoke at the Jack Morton Auditorium Wednesday about American security in an age of increased international tension.
Graduate students in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences gathered in the Smith Center Friday to celebrate their master’s degrees.
The lawyer for the adult film star who claims she had an affair with President Donald Trump spoke about his client’s defamation case against the president Wednesday.
The School of Business will offer a minor in Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the fall semester.
The Hatchet identified five occasions when accounts linked to Russia’s interference effort retweeted stories about incidents at GW or commentary from faculty.
A new employee orientation will debut in mid-2018 to give new staff a chance to meet colleagues and learn important procedures emergency planning.
Thousands of demonstrators gathered to condemn President Donald Trump’s policies and celebrate the progress women have made in running for and winning political offices in the last year.
University President Thomas LeBlanc answered questions about budget cuts, rising tuition in higher education and political polarization in his inauguration town hall.
The University has planned a three-day, roughly $500,000 spectacle to celebrate the official start of LeBlanc’s tenure.