GW ended fiscal year 2017 in June with a $100 million surplus, driven by a sharp 10 percent rise in revenue.
The University spent more on lobbying in fiscal year 2016 than any other year in at least the last six years.
This week, news editors discuss how President Donald Trump is changing your courses’ curriculum and GW’s Virginia campus.
If enacted, officials and experts said the plan could discourage graduate enrollment and potentially cost the University revenue.
All students, staff and faculty email accounts will be required to use two-step authentication, a safety feature designed to protect accounts.
There are several vacant positions in development offices across the University that have opened up since the end of the $1 billion campaign.
This week, two news editors discuss international student diversity on campus, and our contributing sports editor talks about the upcoming basketball season.
The Alumni Association will eliminate positions on the executive board and align their priorities with the University to make the organization more effective.
Five fire trucks and one command truck were dispatched to the scene after the alarm went off, a fire official said.
This week on “Getting to the Bottom of It,” hear about a new history course on the University’s previous ties with slavery.