More than 100 members of the Class of 2023 will be a part of the first cohorts of the sustainability and global connections living and learning communities.
Academic advising officials are rolling out a new pre-law ambassador program designed to boost outreach efforts to students interested in law school.
While students vacationed or relaxed, officials added nearly 90 additional seats and study spots in Gelman Library.
A panel of politicians and political scientists spoke Wednesday about the importance of youth political engagement.
The four-year graduation rate hit an all-time high last year, clocking in at 78.3 percent, officials said.
The University will soon introduce an annual leadership conference, “lunch-and-learn” seminars and an academic leadership academy.
The School of Business piloted its first virtual “happy hour” Sunday in efforts to engage alumni and online students.
Joe Dymond, an assistant professor of geography, died last week after a seven-month battle against acute myeloid leukemia. He was 53.
Leslie Jacobson, a longtime professor of theater, plans to retire at the end of this semester after more than 40 years at GW.
An American University professor defined “antiracism” and discussed Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy during an event at Ross Hall Wednesday.