GW should focus their efforts on providing students living at home with financial relief and implementing a flexible grading scale.
In the Black Senators Caucus’ first year, members said they have worked to ensure black students are represented in SA decisions.
Students in the international and comparative law program can study two new master of law concentrations this fall.
Business school officials said the improved rankings for its graduate programs highlight the school’s ability to meet student interest.
The Public Health Student Association has turned from faculty to student donors in an effort to raise more money for a professional development fund.
Two freshmen are piecing together their first issue of a magazine covering topics like music and sustainability.
After debuting at GW last semester, the Korean major has attracted students interested in studying aspects of the peninsula beyond the language, faculty said.
Five years into a seven-year strategic plan for GW Libraries, officials said the library system has helped push forward GW’s academic and research endeavors.
A survivor of the 2015 terrorist attack at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo discussed his experiences in the aftermath of the attack at the Marvin Center Friday.