GWPD responded to a report that Chick-fil-A ranch sauce was thrown from a sixth-floor window of Amsterdam Hall.
The Faculty Senate passed three resolutions updating parts of the faculty code governing the appointment and promotion processes for some faculty.
GW Hillel will provide free lunches for students observing Passover in their townhouse for the first time this year.
SA Sen. Amy Martin, ESIA-U and the executive vice president-elect, is hosting three workshops on legislation writing this month.
Students are heading a push to enact new diversity measures in SMPA after they say officials have not taken action to make the school more inclusive.
Officials will continue a program welcoming international students to campus at Dulles International Airport next year.
Human resources experts said a slew of new paid time-off policies could help the University show employees that they are appreciated.
After serving as provost for more than three years, Forrest Maltzman said high graduation rates and new diversity measures were highlights of his tenure.
A faculty report released last week could help administrators in an ongoing effort to bolster GW’s research reputation, experts said.
Half of students pursuing a Global MBA who accepted an internship this year worked in the marketing or sales disciplines.