The University’s annual Diversity Summit will take place in the fall this year – a move student leaders said could boost attendance.
Last year, 1,646 undergraduates took off-campus or online courses – a leap from the 412 students enrolled six years ago.
If Babis wins the seat, she will be the first person with a visible disability ever to be elected to Florida legislature.
One year after launching, GW Dining’s representative program is adding hands-on events to its agenda.
You can’t predict what classes will fill up before your eyes on registration day, but there are steps you can take to lessen the damage of a derailed plan.
Students who apply to the Milken Institute School of Public Health will soon be able to declare their public health major.
An adjunct professor at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design won a Pulitzer Prize for his work on an interactive video project.
About 70 students gathered in Kogan Plaza Wednesday in protest of the SA Senate’s Monday decision not to censure a senator accused of anti-Semitism.
After eight months of research, the group has not yet recommended any formal name changes to officials and membership has dropped to just two students.
Author and activist Jennifer Weiss-Wolf discussed her book “Periods Gone Public” at the Milken Institute School of Public Health Tuesday.