About 50 student volunteers will go to the 2018 Olympics in South Korea on behalf of GW.
An engineering professor’s new technology could soon be used to blast satellites around Earth’s orbit.
A GW researcher will lead a study on sudden cardiac deaths over the next five years, according to a University release Wednesday.
GW will take a short trip to Fairfax, Va. on Wednesday to face off against the George Mason Patriots who sit at 3-3 in conference play.
Officers who are eligible to retire after staying in the department for five year could receive double their paycheck under the plan.
The senate passed a resolution Monday night in support of adding a first-year forgiveness policy to next year’s academic bulletin.
UPD officers arrested Marcel Bannum in Shenkman Hall at approximately 11 a.m. after realizing he was previously barred from University property.
The American Institute of Architects named the Milken Institute School of Public Health building as a winner of the 2017 Institute Honor Awards.
A GW administrative assistant was arrested earlier this month for uttering, fraud and theft after opening others’ mail and endorsing checks in his own name.
A sea of pink hats and protest signs flooded Independence Avenue and the National Mall yesterday as people from all over the country attended the Women’s March on Washington.