Leadership giving, annual giving and undergraduate alumni donors contributed to record-breaking fundraising year.
A fast-moving pulsar has blown a hole through the disk whirling around its companion star.
A majority of those polled said they are family oriented and fill jobs Americans don’t want.
A new study from a GW paleobiologist shakes up a common assumption about human evolution.
A new study co-authored by Doug Nixon could pave the way for a preventive vaccine.
Beginning in August, submitting SAT or ACT scores will no longer be required for most students applying for undergraduate admission.
Fine art photographer gave his name to Marvin Center entrance.
Before turning their tassels on the National Mall, more than two-thirds of GW undergraduates and thousands of graduate students test their academic mettle in the workplace.
Annual discussion focuses on the future of health care in the transgender community.
Initial testimony of Ethel Rosenberg’s brother does not name her as a spy for the Soviet Union.
A new twins study suggests that germs in our nose could be secret weapons against drug-resistant infections.
Politics and elections class provides new opportunity for Semester in Washington students.
Mexican American Scholar to Serve in Post During Institute’s Inaugural Year.
Retrospective showcases the work of the late artist and alumna Sherry Zvares Sanabria.