Eve Zhurbinskiy, a Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood commissioner and senior said the current requirements discourage students from getting involved in community leadership.
A group of city officials talked about homelessness in D.C. and the role students could play to combat the issue at a panel discussion in Jack Morton Auditorium Tuesday.
University President Thomas LeBlanc answered questions about budget cuts, rising tuition in higher education and political polarization in his inauguration town hall
The cafe is set to open 10 months after the Marvin Center location was first announced.
Around 300 staff, faculty, students and alumni attended a reception for University President Thomas LeBlanc in the Science and Engineering Hall Monday.
Thomas LeBlanc was inaugurated GW’s 17th president Monday, committing the University to a future of leadership in research and diversity.
About 30 people gathered in Kogan Plaza Friday morning for the annual Veterans Day wreath-laying ceremony to honor veterans and current military personnel.
University President Thomas LeBlanc called on the Faculty Senate to review and update policies surrounding sexual harassment and assault in response to recent high-profile accusations in Hollywood and at universities around the country.
Lindsay Hamilton will oversee the University’s media strategy and advise University President Thomas LeBlanc and Provost Forrest Maltzman.
Rather, 86, released the book Tuesday as a collection of stories about patriotism in the United States to understand the current political and cultural divide from a historical context.