Time magazine executive editor Susanna Schrobsdorff discussed her publication and career in Gelman Library Tuesday.
Alvin Nashman, a longtime supporter of GW, died earlier this month from cardiac arrest. He was 92.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter spoke about the power structures that protect serial abusers at Lisner Auditorium Friday.
Two student experience officials kicked off a biweekly series of informal discussions with students in an inaugural event Wednesday.
Student leaders focused on encouraging sustainable habits are working to boost involvement in environmental projects.
Local leaders said GW will likely end renovations on time after agreeing to pay $1 million for each semester past the projected end date.
Six months in, more than 50 students participated in Coffee with Colonials, a program that aims to connect students and alumni in an informal setting.
GW Institute for Korean Studies faculty are launching an annual conference to spotlight North Korea’s economic issues.
The GW Hospital is the first in the United States to use augmented reality technology to project MRI and CT scans onto patients in surgical procedures.
Graduate School of Political Management researchers are gearing up for the upcoming 2020 presidential election with two new projects.