The Board voted to approve the budget for the next fiscal year on Friday, with less funding for large constructions projects and more for financial aid.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., encouraged graduates to see failure as a call to action to serve their communities on both a local and national level during her Commencement address Sunday.
Students say Knapp and his wife, Diane, led a University-wide shift toward renewable energy and environmental education.
Graduating senior and survivor of sexual assault Aniqa Raihan led a protest this afternoon in response to her assailant being able to graduate alongside her.
Loretta Early, who was previously the vice president and chief information officer at the University of Oklahoma, will lead the Division of Information of Technology in her new role, according to a University release.
A professor in the medical school received a $1.7 million grant last month to continue investigating therapeutic treatments that can lead to cancer and birth defects.
Aa group of researchers in the engineering school are using 3D printers to develop artificial tissue to help heal damaged tissues in the human body.
Cassandra Moshfegh, who graduated in the class of 2016, said her research has the potential to provide a simple, everyday treatment to PTSD.
A new student-built table in Kogan Plaza will allow student to charge their phones and laptops using solar power this fall.
The study tested seafood from restaurants in the District and found that one-third of the dishes featured a different kind of fish than was listed on the menu.