Staffers from the University’s sustainability office will spend the next few months sifting through recycling bins across campus to pick out the most common trash items contaminating each bin.
The upgrades are part of a years-long sustainability effort to eventually slice millions from the University’s utilities bill. This year’s upgrades have cost about $11 million so far in total.
More than a year into the University’s push for diversity and inclusion on campus, this year’s freshman class is only slightly more diverse, numbers that put GW in the middle of the pack among market basket schools. About 28 percent of freshmen are multicultural, up 1 percentage point from the class of 2014. Kathryn Napper, […]
The GW Medical Faculty Associates is looking to double the number of doctors at the practice over the next five years. The MFA, a nonprofit organization that split from the University in 2000, is looking to add 450 doctors to expand its services throughout the District. The group purchased space at 2300 M St. in […]
State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley discussed the pitfalls of the U.S. media Tuesday while speaking to an audience of mostly journalism students as the keynote to a panel discussion on the reliability of U.S. media outlets. Crowley drew a comparison between the competitive nature of today’s news industry and the quality of the news. “No […]
In the wake of recent negotiations in Washington between Israeli and Palestinian leaders earlier this month, students gathered in the Marvin Center for a town hall meeting Tuesday night to discuss the conflict in the Middle East. Hosted by GW Interfaith Action and the grassroots OneVoice Movement, the event featured Israeli speaker Danny Shaket and […]