Members of the D.C. Council and Metro’s largest union are criticizing the Metro for providing white nationalist protesters a private train Sunday.
Eleven student groups called on officials to “take the necessary steps” to keep white nationalist protesters off campus.
Two students launched an online fundraiser to raise money for an anti-hate group ahead of a white nationalist rally in D.C. Sunday.
Both the College Republicans and College Democrats released statements Wednesday condemning Sunday’s “Unite the Right” rally.
Metro officials are no longer contemplating providing separate trains to groups attending a white nationalist rally on Sunday.
Amid allegations of sexism, several current and former members of GW’s Delta Phi Epsilon sorority are condemning one of the organization’s national leaders.
The White House announced Wednesday that President Donald Trump will nominate an alumnus to lead the U.S. Census Bureau.
Officials earlier this month debuted a series of webinars and a virtual job fair for federal work study recipients.
Officials announced the creation of two offices Wednesday as part of the new Office of Enrollment and the Student Experience.
Luther Brady, a triple alumnus and trustee emeritus, died Friday at the age of 92 and will be remembered for his contributions toward medicine and the arts.