The university is monitoring the hurricane’s path and how the storm will affect Washington, D.C.
Neil Johnson’s background in “many-body” physics provides the framework for his research on how extremist groups form online.
Elliott School Professor Peter Reddaway’s new book explores how the Russian president has maintained power for almost two decades.
A-10 games begin Jan. 6 at Saint Joseph’s; nonconference matches include NCAA tournament teams Michigan and Virginia.
Robert Turner, SMHS assistant professor, explores how athletes retool their identity when their athletic careers end.
The activist and supporter of Black Lives Matter discussed the movement and his personal life at Betts Theater.
GW researchers will create a virtual public archive of the documents retrieved in Iraq by a team of Times reporters.
The university’s largest Freshman Convocation and Day of Service featured service at more than 40 sites in the D.C. area and encouraging words from GW administrators.
While rankings may change from year to year, they do not measure fit for prospective students or change the university’s core mission, university officials said.
So, you have been on our campus for a couple of weeks now—I've seen you. But today is the first day in which you formally become part of our campus community.
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Staff and faculty involved in sustainability efforts also provided an update on the university’s progress at first meeting of new academic year.
Dr. LeBlanc discussed the dangers of social media and encouraged delaying off-campus internships in the first academic year during the Convocation ceremony.
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Kirstjen Nielsen, secretary of homeland security, said the Trump administration is building the toughest homeland security enterprise America has ever seen.