GW’s budget approached $1.2 billion last fiscal year amid a record-high freshman class two years ago.
Phi Sigma Sigma President Alison Janega will resign from her position, according to an email she sent to the chapter Friday.
New research suggests that mild content moderation on social media sites may encourage a broader and more diverse discourse than sites with no moderation.
Students are heading a push to enact new diversity measures in SMPA after they say officials have not taken action to make the school more inclusive.
After a two-year incline, the University’s admission rate dropped back down to about 41 percent this spring.
Savannah Guthrie, a co-host of the NBC News morning show “Today,” announced on air Wednesday that she will deliver GW’s Commencement address.
A new project in the School of Media and Public Affairs will ask political communication students to consider the ethics of their field.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor spoke about her life and career at an event in Lisner Auditorium Friday.
An alumna was appointed as the first female ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United States Saturday.
Professors, students and staff discussed the history and legacy of blackface at a panel discussion Friday.