In the last month before the midterm elections, GW employees donated thousands to some of the most competitive races in the country.
Faculty and staff donated more than $170,000 to political candidates, PACs and political organizations during the 2018 midterm election cycle.
At 8.8 percent, GW’s alumni giving rate – the percent of alumni who give back to their alma mater – is the lowest of its peers.
Students said they have increasingly taken on an activist mentality in their art since President Donald Trump was elected.
The benches between Madison Hall and Duques Hall are secluded and perfect for the occasional sobbing session.
For every $1 the University shelled out for professional fundraising services, officials raised about $149 in fiscal year 2016.
As it continues to expand, The Wharf – the District’s new Southwest waterfront development – is quickly becoming the trendiest spot for musicians.
Kick off Halloween weekend with a scary movie screening alongside a panel by the creators of the film or at a costume dance party.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders joined a panel of press and scholars to discuss Trump’s first year in office.
“Wilderness,” a short run play that opened at the Kennedy Center Thursday, delves into real life stories of teens around the country to show how mental illness plagues the nation.