Officials said a recent waste audit found that the most frequently found recyclables incorrectly placed in GW’s trash bins are plastic containers.
The American studies department hired two new faculty members this semester who are teaching courses on African American topics like race and sexuality.
Students involved with Kehila GW said the group aims to give students a safe haven to explore both their Jewish and LGBTQ identities.
Leaders of political student organizations said the midterm election results determine how they will prepare their organizations for the 2020 presidential race.
Officials challenged students to sign up for an online voter information tool in a competition between residence halls ahead of a highly anticipated election.
GW is partnering with the online learning company 2U to launch 10 online courses for working professionals to boost their knowledge about their industries.
Officials have fundraised nearly $100 million over the past five years to support a student financial aid fund.
As several medical schools around the country are making their tuition free, the School of Medicine and Health Sciences is searching for new ways to compete.
Business experts broke down the responsibilities and challenges faced by corporate board members at Jacob Burns Law Library Monday.
D.C. residents backed incumbents up and down the ticket in the midterm elections, supporting nine incumbents in citywide races and four in the ANC.