Three space policy experts spoke at a panel Monday about the challenges and consequences of space exploration and travel – both now and in the future.
Sixty-four American citizens have traveled to Iraq and Syria since 2011 to join terrorist groups, according to a new report by GW’s Program on Extremism.
The Board of Trustees unanimously approved a 3.2 percent tuition hike for next academic year at its meeting Friday.
Provost Forrest Maltzman insisted the University’s online offerings are equally as strong as traditional classes, citing data about student satisfaction.
The research office is funding GW’s first-ever undergraduate research journal as part of its goal to entice more undergraduates to get involved in projects.
EMeRG assessed the subject, who was in his mid-sixties, and transported him to the GW Hospital emergency room for medical treatment.
Students and officials applauded the move to boost student dining dollars next academic year as a major step to ensure students don’t go hungry.
Faculty and officials say Executive Vice President and Treasurer Lou Katz worked behind the scenes on some of the University’s most transformative decisions.
A racist Snapchat involving three sorority members has raised long-held questions about inclusion in GW’s Greek community.
The National Cathedral hosted a “Seeing Deeper” event this weekend with an immersive light and sound show.