Seven students led a donation drive earlier this month to send 1,500 pounds of medical supplies to Wuhan, China.
Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested a man carrying a knife on campus Tuesday, according to a GW Alert sent to students.
Michael Milken, the namesake of the Milken Institute School of Public Health, received a pardon Monday for several financial crimes he served time for in the 1990s.
The Faculty Senate resolution marks another milestone in tensions between faculty and administrators over the 20/30 Plan and its rationale.
Provost Brian Blake floated the idea of increasing the minimum GPA required of students to keep merit-based aid.
The Student Bar Association responded to comments made by University President Thomas LeBlanc that some called “racially insensitive.”
Graduate School of Political Management researchers have released a “groundbreaking” election model for the 2020 primaries and general election.
The Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service is holding a week of events to inspire students to make change in their communities.
Officials canceled multiple study abroad programs in China in response to the spread of a novel strain of coronavirus.
An institute focused on commemorating D-Day will use its new space in Phillips Hall to expand its presence on campus, institute faculty said.