The School of Media and Public Affairs is launching a director’s council to garner student input about courses, events and technology.
The Black Student Union hosted a town hall at the Elliott School of International Affairs Thursday about changing the University’s culture.
A former chairman of the Federal Reserve Board and The Economist’s political editor discussed lessons from their new book at Jack Morton Auditorium Tuesday.
An SMPA professor co-authored a study published last week finding that roughly 84 percent of Twitter accounts spreading fake news are still active.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke at Lisner Auditorium Wednesday about diversity in the legal profession.
Sheldon Cohen, a triple alumnus, emeritus professor and chair emeritus of the Board of Trustees, died Tuesday at 91.
Six students will lead a rally for gun reform later this month as the nation approaches the one-year anniversary of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Amid increased pressure from student leaders to expand the 17-credit cap, officials said they’re looking into the logistics of offering a free 18th credit.
GW Hospital was not among the top 10 best D.C.-area hospitals on U.S. News & World Report’s 2018-19 rankings.
The District Department of Transportation announced on Twitter Monday that Capital Bikeshare will add electric bicycles to its fleet.