Goodbyes are hard, and I’m struggling to write mine. So I guess I’ll end with this: The paper is its people. I have met some of my best friends here.
A seven-person team of experts from peer schools came to evaluate and observe all aspects of GW last week.
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences Dean Ben Vinson will step down after serving five years in his role as dean of GW’s largest school.
A major Polish television network is partnering with the School of Media and Public Affairs to research “newsroom standards and procedures.”
Officials say they are reviewing general policies around discrimination and faculty diversity training amid an ongoing conversation about the black student experience at GW.
Officials said the new process is designed to allow for a broad overview of a dean’s performance, giving all groups involved an outlet to comment.
Mental Health Services is hosting a weekly “healthy sociopolitical dialogues group,” for students to discuss hot-button political and social topics.
Students will learn everything from pill bottle to website design in a new program launching next semester.
As some universities seek to put freshmen in smaller courses to boost engagement, faculty say GW doesn’t have the funds to join them.
The Colonial Health Center has so far seen double the number of flu cases this year as compared to last year.