Half of students pursuing a Global MBA who accepted an internship this year worked in the marketing or sales disciplines.
A former White House speechwriter spoke to roughly 40 students about immigration policy in the Marvin Center Wednesday.
In interviews with 21 faculty, 17 supported a nickname change – saying the move would make GW more inclusive – while four opposed a switch.
The University will implement a slew of new time-off policies, including a new centralized management system, at the start of fiscal year 2020.
If elected, freshman Justin Diamond would need the approval of the Student Association Senate, the student body and the Board of Trustees to eradicate the SA.
Local politicians said free rides on DC Circulator buses will help students and residents find accessible transportation in Ward 2.
About 50 people gathered in Kogan Plaza Monday to grieve and heal following a mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques last week.
A team of public health school researchers found that community health centers must receive more resources to help end the HIV epidemic by 2029.
The Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission passed a resolution aiming to combat a local traffic issue Tuesday night.
A third-party consultant will lead a community review of University President Thomas LeBlanc this spring.