Faculty working with the program said it will bring law scholars, students and the public together for discussion about the intersection of law and technology.
If you’re wondering what to get that friend in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, we have you covered.
Jodi Kanter, a professor of theatre, published a book last month that analyses presidential libraries as performances that shape American identities.
Joel Blecher, a scholar specializing in early and medieval Islamic history, will join GW as an assistant professor of history.
Family and friends from near and far are sure to come into town for the big moment that is Commencement.
Every day after 6 p.m., in a nondescript alley off of Wisconsin Avenue, you can find a line forming by the Blues Alley Jazz Club.
The students stayed in Amman and traveled to cities with high numbers of Syrian refugees like Irbid, a city near the Syrian border.
The newest student group on campus is looking to improve the lives of local high schoolers.
Analog sells trinkets that are too cool for this decade.