Does being an Student Association outsider really help you bring a fresh perspective to the organization, as many candidates this year say?
His sudden resignation, which he said was for personal reasons, means GW will lose the face of its largest fundraising drive – the administrator who transformed its fundraising operation in four and a half years at its helm.
The Associated Collegiate Press has named The GW Hatchet a national finalist for best college newspaper.
The University launched its first-ever $1 billion fundraising campaign Friday with more than half of that eye-popping goal already counted toward the haul.
A yacht docking at a national harbor resort will take trustees and donors to the estate of the University’s namesake June 20, where they will celebrate the formal launch of GW’s first $1 billion fundraising campaign.
A D.C. lawyer who has spent almost a decade digging into the inner workings of GW says he may have found a case within the business school that will be hard to ignore.
The Metropolitan Police Department and campus police are looking for a suspect who allegedly struck a woman with the butt of a pistol in an office building at 2112 F St.
A pedestrian was injured after being struck by a car near the Foggy Bottom Metro stop on Friday. The injuries were non-life threatening, D.C. Fire and EMS spokesman Tim Wilson said. The accident occurred at about 2:15 p.m. at the corner of 23rd and I streets. Earlier this month, a student was hit by a […]
GW joins dozens of colleges nationwide, including Georgetown and New York universities, that are pressuring retailers to improve working conditions with an internationally recognized Accord on Fire and Building Safety.
Board of Trustees Chair Nelson Carbonell and his wife, Michele, will give away a pair of highly coveted seats to a student who donates to the Senior Class Gift Campaign by Friday.