GW’s survey of recent alumni showed 64 percent were employed full or part-time within six months of graduation, a seven percent increase from last year.
Officials said the University’s roughly $1.7 billion debt will drop by roughly $160 million by fall.
Students for Justice in Palestine is asking the University to divest from corporations that profit from the occupation of Palestine.
The restaurant’s airy layout makes for an open and inviting atmosphere, from the picnic-style benches to the open kitchen.
The 16 members of the FoBoZero affinity in District House will attempt to live waste-free in their second year.
Hundreds of Donald Trump’s supporters gathered at the Washington Monument for the March 4 Trump Saturday.
The GW Pakistani Students Association hosted a vibrant kick-off to South Asian Heritage month Friday night.
GW dropped from its reign as top medium-sized university in the nation for producing Peace Corps volunteers.
The environmental resource policy program will fold into the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration this fall.
A volunteer from the Chesapeake Climate Action Network proposed a bill that would tax fossil fuel polluters for the amount of carbon they produce.