The D.C. Zoning Commission unanimously approved proposed renovations to Thurston Hall and a temporary housing plan for displaced Thurston residents.
Experts on politics and information technology discussed election security ahead of the 2020 presidential election in a panel discussion Thursday.
A former attorney general spoke about voting rights and the multiple scandals that have plagued the Trump administration at Lisner Auditorium Wednesday.
MPD officers disproportionately stopped black individuals in the area where GW is located over a four-week period at the end of the summer.
After nearly all RHA positions were filled after elections in 2017, about three-fourths of hall council seats were contested this year.
The managing director of the International Monetary Fund discussed the “delicate” state of the global economy at the Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday.
Student leaders said in her first year, Petty has reached out to students directly to learn about and address their concerns.
The GW chapter of Young America’s Foundation is calling on the University to punish individuals who tore down posters advertising one of the group’s events.
A former congressman, a current congresswoman and a professor discussed the rise of anti-Semitic violence at the law school Thursday.
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen detailed the state of cyber and border security in an address at Jack Morton Auditorium Monday.