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.
The Forever G.I. Bill offers new benefits like expanded tuition support and eliminates the time limit for veterans to use educational aid.
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.
The new RA agreement no longer refers to RAs as “employees,” despite a federal ruling in April declaring that RAs are legal University workers.
The FCC’s recent decision to repeal the internet’s federal regulations could impact private universities like GW, experts said.
Around 300 staff, faculty, students and alumni attended a reception for University President Thomas LeBlanc in the Science and Engineering Hall Monday.