The dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences will step down after serving in the role for eight years.
Posters were found on campus Thursday threatening GW’s chapter of Young America’s Foundation for bringing a right-wing speaker to campus.
A local governing group debated bike lanes and traffic safety at its first meeting of the year Wednesday.
The law school debuted a new fellowship this month focusing on the law behind government contracts.
An American University professor defined “antiracism” and discussed Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy during an event at Ross Hall Wednesday.
The University announced on Wednesday that the waitlist process will change this week, dropping all students from current lists.
The Metropolitan Police Department’s Second District commander is retiring, effectively immediately, and will be replaced with a longtime MPD employee.
The Faculty Senate unanimously passed one resolution to the faculty code Friday but tabled the discussion of two proposed resolutions.
The University will be closed Monday after roughly six to 10 inches of snow coated the District this weekend.
A woman is suing the GW Hospital for $10 million after a doctor and a hospital staff member allegedly assaulted her in June 2017.