The federal government gave about $10 million more in research subsidies to GW than they did in 2006, GW’s top research official said.
ESPN’s Michael Wilbon, Kevin Merida and Jason Reid delved into the long history of sports being used as a vehicle for protest.
Members of a conservative non-profit gathered outside Tuesday’s CNN town hall to protest Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Renovations to the Marvin Center, GW’s student center on campus, have been planned for five years and began last month.
Undergraduate students can now be hired while they are waiting for their background checks to be approved.
About two thousand demonstrators flooded into Lafayette Square in front of the White House on Sunday.
Everyone’s favorite oblong pizza shop is opening its 20th location on campus Thursday, according to a release Wednesday.
Faculty members say they are hopeful that Thomas LeBlanc’s experience and approach to administration will improve GW and resolve financial woes.
Less than 24 hours before a gunman would walk into Comet Ping Pong, there were no empty chairs in the restaurant, except the ones vacated by children that were squeezing in one game of ping pong before their dinner.
Faculty say that uncertainty about the new Secretary of Education’s effects on higher education could result in speculation of policies that may never happen.