GW is operating on a more than $60 million surplus for the second year in a row, which officials attributed to strong enrollment trends and smart budgeting.
On this week’s episode, listen to news editors talk about the dean of the student experience’s stay in residence halls.
Heather Nauert, a graduate of the Mount Vernon Seminary and College, is expected to be named as the next UN ambassador.
Officials said GW’s online course development team helped produce 92 courses across multiple disciplines last fiscal year.
Three professors in the Elliott School of International Affairs plan to retire at the end of the year, leaving behind a combined century of work at GW.
On this week’s episode, listen to The Hatchet’s news team discuss a new report about food insecurity on campus and more.
Minority students make up about 65 percent of the graduate student population in the business school, compared to roughly 53 percent of undergraduates.
Officials are catching up on sending thank you notes to donors who gave money to the University up to four years ago.
Listen to The Hatchet’s sports editor explains allegations that were made against the former athletic director.
The independent alumni association debuted a new website Sunday where alumni can apply to receive grants, serve on the board and partner with the group.