Officials say they are reviewing general policies around discrimination and faculty diversity training amid an ongoing conversation about the black student experience at GW.
Susan Wild, who graduated from the law school in 1982, is the only female in the race for a seat to replace Republican Rep. Charlie Dent.
George’s Market closed for six days last month after city inspectors found that a self-serve coffee machine didn’t have the proper license, a University spokeswoman said.
More than 200 students came together Monday night to confront a topic often left out of the conversation about campus assault: toxic masculinity.
To compensate for an expected drop in student donation revenue, officials plan to funnel thousands of dollars into the budget for GW Libraries.
A racist Snapchat involving three sorority members has raised long-held questions about inclusion in GW’s Greek community.
The meeting lasted about two and half hours as students voiced frustration with campus diversity and the Panhellenic community.
Diversifying medical schools remain a nationwide challenge as the steep cost and rigorous academic standards pose major barriers to many students.
A group of politically-minded student organizations hosted Sens. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Ron Wyden, D-Ore., to discuss government surveillance and privacy rights.
Faculty in the medical school have been working with a Virginia high school to establish a health academy that will educate high schoolers.