Ojani Walthrust, a sophomore studying Latin American and hemispheric studies, said he will strive to support minority communities at a time when they feel uncomfortable on campus.
The report highlights major issues with the program, since students cannot afford to fulfill their nutritional needs even on the most generous dining plan.
When it comes to improving graduation rates, a new report found that funneling money into student and academic support is more effective than lowering tuition.
XYZT: Abstract Spaces is the inaugural exhibit inside Artechouse, an art gallery just yards away from the National Mall, featuring digital and interactive creations.
After a more-than-40-year career teaching students about the philosophy of war and peace, Robert Churchill plans to retire this summer.
Robert Combs, who announced his retirement at the beginning of the semester, has taught American drama at the University since 1971.
Officials said they will end their lease on 2020 K St. this summer as a part of a University-wide goal to cut down on rented space.
Ambassador of Italy to the United States Armando Varricchio spoke to about 50 students and faculty at the Elliott School Tuesday night.
Democrat and former White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest squared off with Tom Ridge, a republican and first Secretary of Homeland Security, at the Only at GW debate Sunday.
Faculty said the courses will provide a hands-on education using artifacts in the Smithsonian’s museums to teach students about the history of design.