About 130 doctoral candidates in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences received their doctoral hoods Thursday evening.
The Board of Trustees will consider a 5 percent increase to employee health care benefits at its May meeting Friday.
Experts and student leaders said the new system will provide a more streamlined process and require less work for students trying to address technical issues.
About 6 percent of graduate students voted in last week’s election – more than last year, but still significantly less than turnout among undergraduates.
Student Association candidates talked about their plans for sustainability in a two-hour town hall in the Elliott School of International Affairs Thursday night.
The head of the Transportation Security Administration discussed the challenges the agency faces – including cybersecurity – in a speech Wednesday at Jack Morton Auditorium.
GW’s new eco-friendly investment fund could set a standard for social responsibility, but experts say its overall financial impact will likely be negligible.
LeBlanc has pledged to give $1,000 of his own money for every 1 percent of the senior class that pledges to make recurring donations to the University.
GW’s endowment growth was slower than more than two-thirds of its peer schools, according to a new report.
The SA’s top two arts officials informally created the GW Arts Committee, a body aiming to represent GW’s 36 music and art organizations.