GW researchers were given a $1.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the genes associated with Branchiootorenal spectrum disorders.
The Student Association sent a survey to freshmen Monday gauging the need for a mandatory first-year course covering the ins and outs of campus life.
Tickets to see Ben Shapiro, a conservative political commentator, on campus next month sold out in 10 minutes Friday.
Researchers from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences received $3.1 million to study the risk of heart disease in individuals with HIV.
The Medical Faculty Associates restructured its relationship with the University Friday to give GW more administrative responsibilities.
Students who run People for Periods plan to stock bathrooms in Ames Hall with pads and tampons next semester.
Officials announced a pilot program that will grant freshmen access to first-year residential buildings and common rooms next semester.
Students say law school officials have not properly addressed claims that the Student Bar Association president made an insensitive remark about a Jewish group.
GW Hospital has halted negotiations with the D.C. government on running a new facility east of the Anacostia River.
The SA Senate approved one resolution and three bills over the past three months – one fewer than last year’s senate and eight fewer than the previous year.