The University will expand its undergraduate financial aid pool by about 8 percent next fiscal year, the highest one-year increase since 2011.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., encouraged graduates to see failure as a call to action to serve their communities on both a local and national level during her Commencement address Sunday.
Rabbi Yoni Kaiser-Blueth, who has served as executive director of GW Hillel for seven years, will move to Buenos Aires, Argentina in July.
Members of the Class of 2017 and their legacy families celebrated commencement in the Alumni House Friday, where speakers highlighted the importance of alumni participation.
A law school student who stepped in last week to help a man being attacked at a Metro station was called a “hero” Wednesday at a press conference with the victim.
Panera Bread will open in the Marvin Center to replace the space formerly occupied by J Street, and Teashi, an Asian-style food restaurant, will open in Shenkman Hall.
As seniors prepare to graduate on Sunday, some students are moving away from work in the federal government – and the District altogether.
Members of a Jewish student organization are more than $4,000 deep into a $150,000 fundraising mission to keep one of their rabbis on campus.
Rabbi Yoni Kaiser-Blueth will leave GW this summer to serve as the director of the Latin America Desk for Hillel International, the group’s parent organization, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
University President Steven Knapp released a statement Friday condemning recent racist incidents at American University and the University of Maryland, College Park.