The Hatchet is looking for enthusiastic and skilled web developers to join our team for the 2016-2017 school year.
GW’s business and education graduate programs shot up in the U.S. News and World Report’s graduate rankings this week.
A real estate investment banking company is seeking buyers for the Watergate office building.
GW will shut down on Wednesday because of the Metro system closure.
The School of Media and Public Affairs will host a journalism program this summer for top high school and college journalists from around the country.
William Dietz was officially installed as the inaugural Sumner M. Redstone chair in the Milken Institute School of Public Health.
The Hatchet is looking for two copy editors to join our staff.
One of the assistant directors of Mental Health Services was unlicensed for nearly two months in 2015.
Five current and former clinicians filed complaints this fall against the former director of GW’s counseling center for practicing without a D.C. license.
Roger Peverley, a professor emeritus of physics, died on Feb. 6. He was committed to his physics research and educating others, physics faculty said.