Ryan McGlone

Businesses report Colonial Cash delays

The University is taking steps to speed up GWorld transaction time at area businesses that accept Colonial Cash. The move comes in response to recent complaints from business managers about delays in customer traffic caused by slower processing time this semester. Officials attribute slower service to an increase in the number of people using GWorld […]

Law school jumps to 22nd

The GW Law School bounced up three spots to 22nd in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings, released earlier this month. Law school officials attribute the jump from last year mainly to an increase in applicants and a rise in LSAT scores. The Law School’s ranking marks an improvement over last year, when […]

Exercise Science program becomes department

GW’s exercise science program became the third department of its kind in the country when it received full departmental status in late March. A program becomes a department once it has distinguished itself academically within its school, officials said. “The elevation of a program to departmental status is an action that is not taken lightly,” […]

GW hosts AIDS conference

Despite inclement weather and costly travel expenses, 500 college and high school students attended the first Student Global AIDS Campaign National Conference at GW this weekend. The conference included various workshops focused on educating students about HIV/AIDS, its global context and how to build chapters at participants’ universities. Several films and documentaries were also screened. […]