A GW fundraising official will take his talents to the “real Mount Vernon,” as the new senior vice president for development at George Washington’s estate.
Hopefully, the Keefer family’s courage will foster a more open dialogue about mental health on campus.
College is a lot more than just going to class. Here are smaller events throughout the year are worth checking out.
The Hatchet’s business team is an all-student group who ensure the paper has the revenue it needs to succeed.
Here’s what you’ll love — and what will take some getting used to — at your first-year home.
The coins, featuring a profile of the first president, are meant to give owners a sense of pride in Washington’s vision for a college in the nation’s capital.
The members of the Westboro Baptist Church are just trolls, subsisting on the attention we pay them with our honorable – but misplaced – urge to tell them exactly how much they suck.
The 1,000-square foot space in Somers Hall will house new classrooms that can accommodate new faculty hires, part of an expansion plan that began in 2012.
The change may not be as flashy as the monument renderings on the new Smith Center floor, but the newly resurfaced GW Tennis Center is now bright blue with new windscreens lining the surrounding fences.
Senior Associate Vice President for Safety and Security Darrell Darnell said GW added extra generators to the Mount Vernon Campus, which loses power during most major storms.