Legendary broadcast veteran who has funded student scholarships at SMPA, dies at 87.
One thousand students are moving into Foggy Bottom campus residences for the spring semester.
Chief James Tate, who began leading GW Police a year ago, discussed the department’s new training and transparency initiatives as well as his vision for the future.
Members of EMeRG provided emergency medical services on Inauguration Day and rendered aid during the riot at the Capitol.
SEAS faculty introduced cutting-edge technology to traditional in-person lab courses, a change that will outlast the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team of GW magnetar experts was part of the international collaboration that analyzed data from space- and ground-based observatories.
Provost M. Brian Blake also presented a report on research.
GW Law experts discussed whether the Senate can hold an impeachment trial after Trump leaves office, the legality of Trump’s ban from social media platforms and more.
The annual MLK Jr. Day of Service used its virtual platform this year to educate volunteers on how to use Dr. King’s principles of equality and peace toward creating a more just society.
The Humanities Center hosted a panel to analyze how white supremacy, anti-blackness, anti-immigrant attitudes, anti-Semitism and truth distortion caused the “MAGA uprising.”
The POE launched an online database of court records for suspects connected to the Jan. 6 attack on the seat of Congress.
Led by grantor Wells Fargo Bank, with support from the Washington DC Economic Partnership and Pepco, the new program offered by the GW Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship supports diverse startup owners in Washington, D.C.
The university has a stable financial outlook as GW navigates the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic.
GW leadership provides update on steps to protect safety of university community in anticipation of Inauguration Day.