The Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Wednesday approved plans for a deck on the H Street side of Gelman Library.
Officials earlier this month debuted a series of webinars and a virtual job fair for federal work study recipients.
Officials announced the creation of two offices Wednesday as part of the new Office of Enrollment and the Student Experience.
A former GW Hospital employee is suing for wrongful termination on the basis of race, gender and religious discrimination.
The new system allows users to create, edit and cancel their own reservations for classroom space in the medical and public health schools.
Luther Brady, a triple alumnus and trustee emeritus, died Friday at the age of 92 and will be remembered for his contributions toward medicine and the arts.
Alumni Association President Venessa Marie Perry has been removed from her post amid internal turmoil about the group’s impending merger with the University.
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education approved the University for reaccreditation late last month, following a two-year accreditation process.
The D.C. Water and Sewer Authority warned some District residents Friday to boil their tap water before cooking or drinking “until further notice.”
The Department of Education found that several of GW’s websites lacked accommodations for individuals with disabilities.