Jackie Fisher, the Student Bar Association’s vice president of first-year students, will serve as the body’s next president.
Sixty-two alumni are currently volunteering with the Peace Corps around the world, the most out of universities that enroll between 5,000 and 15,000 undergraduates.
James Bacon will serve as the Office of Presidential Personnel’s director of operations, Politico reported Tuesday.
One of the “Exonerated Five” who was wrongly convicted for the 1989 beating and rape of a woman jogging in New York’s Central Park discussed his incarceration at the Jack Morton Auditorium Monday.
Candidates for the Student Association’s top posts and senate seats dashed out of Kogan Plaza Monday to tack campaign posters around campus.
A freshman in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences died Friday while visiting his brother in New York, according to an email sent to students.
GW’s annual startup competition received a record number of applicants this year, officials said.
The chief of staff for Georgia’s senior U.S. senator discussed her career and issues women face in the workplace in the Science and Engineering Hall Thursday.
CNN journalist and political commentator John Avlon discussed the relevance of George Washington’s Farewell Address at the Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday.
Two professors will co-lead a project to inform University partners how to potentially decrease the ecological footprint of GW-owned solar energy farms.