The receptions come as GW’s prepares for its bicentennial anniversary, during which officials are slated to launch a major fundraising campaign.
The retention rate for the full-time freshman cohort that matriculated in 2018 dipped roughly 1 percent relative to the previous year.
Scientists from the public health school and cancer center will host a symposium Friday to examine the relationship between lifestyle choices and cancer risk.
Protesters marched from Freedom Plaza to the White House to push for women’s rights, reproductive rights and impeachment Saturday.
The conference is themed “We’re Still Here” to highlight the ramifications of anti-LGBTQ public health policies.
The area coordinator for fraternity and sorority life notified recruitment counselors about the change Wednesday – the first day of recruitment.
An alumnus who works for the National Football League Players’ Association made the 2020 Forbes 30 Under 30 list.
Half of D.C.’s scooter companies will be off the District’s streets next year, according to DCist.
Darrell Darnell was hired as the company’s vice president for venue security and threat management in October, according to LinkedIn.
The Student Association Senate unanimously voted to change multiple SA election processes to create easier and more accessible avenues for students to run for and vote on senate positions.