Embarking on your post college, professional life can be daunting. To prepare, here are some tips on how get a head start on the job search.
Capital Pride will take over the city, and your social media feeds, this weekend. Head over to the first-ever free block party, and carve out time to enjoy local theater or watch Paul Simon perform.
Kogod Courtyard’s soothing water basins and bright natural light in the National Portrait Gallery make it an ideal study spot.
Navigating the city on Jan. 20 will be a challenge no matter how you go about it because of the thousands of tourists, road closures and transportation.
Instead of standing in huge crowds to listen to speeches, head down to Pennsylvania Ave. to see performance groups, floats.
The University’s central fundraising office is seeking to fill 13 positions – some of which are consolidations of former positions.
Groups from across GW want the next University president to strengthen existing fundraising strategies and identify new ones.
This year’s coordinators want GW’s seniors to become the University’s most loyal class by giving back and continuing to give long after they graduate.
A new program coordinator joined the University’s military and veteran student services team this month.
Whether driven by thriftiness or curiosity, you won’t regret a visit to Carpe Librium.