The Transformer20 exhibition, which is on display from Nov. 11 to Dec. 10 in the Corcoran Flagg Building’s atrium, features more than 100 works of art.
Of the 11 advisers working in CCAS’ pod system in May 2018, only two still work at GW, according to a Hatchet analysis of the office’s website.
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program recognized GW as a top producer of international Gilman Scholars in a release last month.
An American Bar Association panel voted Friday to drop the requirement that law school applicants take the LSAT.
Filipino students interested in taking the class said the course can help showcase the experiences of the “large” Filipino community in D.C.
Students registered for courses with a new GWeb feature last week, allowing them to instantly register for classes from a pre-planned schedule.
Jay Goff said the number of underrepresented minority students in the current freshman class rose from 530 to 642 compared to fall 2021.
Trustee Charles Bendit said the fact that only 20 percent of faculty participated in voluntary Title IX training was “unacceptable.”
Faculty senators passed a resolution to support the construction of a 320-bed residence hall on the corner of 20th and H streets Friday.
The National Park Service closed more than five miles of Rock Creek Park after faculty identified traffic as a safety threat to wildlife and pedestrians.