An alumnus just landed what is arguably the worst job in Washington. Aaron Albright, who graduated from GW in 2000, will field media inquiries about the rollout of the Affordable Care Act after the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services tapped him as director of media relations, Politico reported Sunday. Albright will take over the […]
GW’s Chief Information Officer David Steinour said the attack was a “crime of opportunity,” meaning the hacking group was targeting certain website vulnerabilities and not seeking out the GW Republicans.
Nearly a quarter more students were rushed to the hospital for drinking this fall compared to the same period last year, an increase that is concerning top officials across the University as they try to understand the cause of the trend.
Students and University officials are also working to fill the gap in campus resources targeting eating disorders. After her anorexia spiraled out of control, senior Katie Duman worked to relaunch SPEAK GW, a student organization focused on raising awareness about the issue on campus.