Three hundred eighty-eight vehicles display license plates emblazoned with the GW logo in the DMV area, an increase of nearly 25 percent from 2015.
An SA senator and sophomore looking to increase recognition for the Vern is vying to be the SA’s next executive vice president.
Officials launched the WellTrack app this semester for students to track their mental health progress.
Officials from museums across campus collaborated to pilot an online database cataloguing more than 4,000 works of art from five GW collections.
Divestment experts said nixing the university’s fossil fuel investments will make more of a “political statement” than a real environmental one.
Officials said the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity will return to campus this spring after a four-year suspension.
About 70 students marched with Sunrise GW Wednesday to deliver a letter to University President Thomas LeBlanc calling for fossil fuel divestment.
Less than 350 students participated in formal sorority recruitment this spring, the lowest number in recent memory.
Nina Seavey, the head of the School of Media and Public Affairs’ Documentary Center, will step down after 30 years in her position.
The U.S. News and World Report ranked GW’s online graduate nursing programs in the top 10 for the second straight year.