A local governing body passed a resolution recommending changes to the annual budget for the Metro at a monthly meeting Wednesday.
Two professors will co-lead a project to decrease GW-owned solar energy farms’ ecological footprints.
A student and local politician is the first ANC commissioner to release a website tracking his annual goals.
A new student group dedicated to facilitating interdisciplinary research projects in the University’s first innovation lab is in full swing this semester.
The Progressive Student Union launched a new campaign criticizing University President Thomas LeBlanc’s “disastrous” strategic plan.
Seven students led a donation drive earlier this month to send 1,500 pounds of medical supplies to Wuhan, China.
Law professor and legal scholar Dayna Bowen Matthew will serve as the law school’s first female leader.
Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested a man carrying a knife on campus Tuesday, according to a GW Alert sent to students.
Michael Milken, the namesake of the Milken Institute School of Public Health, received a pardon Monday for several financial crimes he served time for in the 1990s.
Britcher said if elected, she will focus on student organization collaboration and improving the financial aid office.