Nicholas Upton, a junior in the Elliott School of International Affairs, would emphasize the importance of unity to his friends.
Eight Greek life chapters have been sanctioned for violations to GW’s code of conduct since January, according to an update to GW’s sanction website Friday.
SA President Andie Dowd and Executive Vice President Casey Syron hope to create a new app for 4-RIDE.
If you want to find a new late-night study spot, there are plenty of spaces across the city that are open late where you can cram for your exams.
We asked some familiar faces what book they read over summer vacation, or what’s a must-read for students about to enter college.
The Multicultural Greek Council may add an additional chapter this year, a sign of its growing strength on campus.
The University will start hearing proposals for a campus food service in the fall.
Experts say GW’s online presence mirrors a trend across higher education as schools look to bring a wider community to campus.
As freshmen settle in for their first week of classes, members of the Class of 2019 might notice that they’re in quite a diverse group of students.
The University-wide free concert begins at 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 5 in University Yard, and will also include multiple vendors, according to a press release.