Provost Brian Blake said he formed the group – unofficially called the “Future Enrollment Task Force” – on Dec. 18 to evaluate enrollment scenarios.
A couple is suing the GW Hospital for failing to treat the husband’s stroke, according to a lawsuit filed in the D.C. Superior Court last week.
Panelists discussed the future of international law at the Jacob Burns Law Library Wednesday.
A panel of students and experts discussed how colonialism affects students’ lives on campus at Funger Hall Tuesday.
The national organization of Pi Kappa Alpha suspended its GW chapter, according to an email from fraternity leaders and officials.
A new pizza joint moved into the Mount Vernon Campus.
A man stole and destroyed a female staff member’s cell phone at Ross Hall after he was denied entrance to the building.
The receptions come as GW’s prepares for its bicentennial anniversary, during which officials are slated to launch a major fundraising campaign.
The retention rate for the full-time freshman cohort that matriculated in 2018 dipped roughly 1 percent relative to the previous year.
Ethan Stubbs, the assistant director of fraternity and sorority life, left GW after serving several positions since March 2015.