The University will add a step the Corcoran did not have in its financial aid application process: Considering details about a family’s wealth like real estate and stocks.
The University’s top safety official is lobbying local taxi companies to accept GWorld, which he said will make students feel more secure in the city.
From First Lady Michelle Obama’s surprise visit to the Smith Center to GW’s merger with the Corcoran, here are some of the biggest stories you might have missed over the summer.
The 27-year-old announced last week his intentions to run for New Jersey’s 1st congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives, after Rob Andrews, D-NJ, resigned in February in the midst of an ethics investigation.
Nearly a dozen members sat inside the Beta Theta Pi townhouse this week as one of GW’s alcohol education specialists explained the warning signs of a sexual assault on campus – and how to take action.
About 70 students were part of a first-time program called the Ribbon Project, which allows participants – in particular, Greek life members – to have a small glimpse of combat training in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Homeless shelters were full across the city last week, with more than than 4,000 people staying in city-funded shelters Wednesday night alone after more than 10 inches of snow covered D.C.
Professors from diverse backgrounds often feel more pressure than their peers to serve as mentors for students, the University’s chief of diversity efforts Terri Harris Reed, said late last month.
In a mayoral campaign crowded with D.C. Council insiders, GW students campaigning for a lesser-known candidate are pitching an alternative to business-as-usual city politics.