Joseph Miranda

China leads foreign enrollment bump

The University boasts more international students this fall than any other time in GW’s history, internal admissions data shows. This year, China, the Republic of Korea and India have the largest foreign populations on campus with 568, 256 and 244 students respectively, according to the International Services Office. “We are growing generally across the board,” […]

D.C. named best job market in nation

American City Business Journals ranked the District the No. 1 job market in the country this month, giving soon-to-be GW graduates a potential advantage in their search for employment. The District claimed the number one spot after it added more than 61,800 jobs since last year, an improvement from its previously-held third place spot a […]

Bikeshare station may be added at Foggy Bottom Metro

The largest bikesharing program in the U.S. plans to expand its D.C. service by 36 stations this year, but still is unsure if the Foggy Bottom Metro will get new bikes. John Lisle, a spokesperson for District Department of Transportation, said the agency is still evaluating if the current Foggy Bottom Metro Smartbike D.C. station […]

Section of streetcar system projected to open in spring

Correction appended The first stretch of a new streetcar system connecting Union Station with the northeastern H Street corridor will hopefully open this spring, the District Department of Transportation said last month. After more than a decade of planning, the $1.5 billion three-part, 37-mile system is intended to alleviate the congestion on D.C.’s current public […]

Gray leads over Fenty according to GW poll

Results of a poll by a GW administrator and six students show that Mayor Adrian Fenty is 13 points behind GW alumnus Vincent Gray in D.C.’s Democratic mayoral primary. Over an eight-week period the group interviewed 675 registered D.C. Democratic voters in an attempt to predict the Sept. 14 primary election results. The Supermarket Survey’s […]