Five student organizations came together on Tuesday night to discuss how to have political conversations on campus in a highly-polarized climate.
More than half of the earnings from the College of Professional Studies come from students enrolled in online programs.
Two faculty members were named Guggenheim fellows last week, winning the prestigious grant to fund their individual research projects.
Pervez Musharraf, the former president of Pakistan, spoke about his experiences as a leader and his views on foreign policy in Gelman Library Wednesday.
Student Association candidates and their supporters were fired up early this morning to participate in the annual race for prime poster real-estate.
A student and her parents are considering suing the University after pigeons were living in the student’s room’s vents.
Sydney Nelson said she will focus her campaign on student affordability, proposing policies to limit costs like textbooks and transportation.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke to a packed Lisner Auditorium Thursday afternoon about her new book, “My Own Words.”
More than 120 students attended a town hall meeting to discuss how student organizations are preventing campus sexual assault.
Former Labor Secretary Tom Perez met with GW students in an event organized by GW College Democrats Tuesday night.