Take a look at a video recap of Move-In and Welcome Week events.
This vibrant and culturally diverse D.C. neighborhood offers a bit of everything for lovers of food, art and history; its popular Adams Morgan Day festival is Sept. 8.
New students were met with a warm welcome as they officially arrived at GW on Wednesday.
Speakers offered encouragement and advice at Saturday’s ceremony marking the beginning of the GW experience.
The university’s Convocation and Welcome Day of Service helps first-year students join the GW and greater D.C. communities through service around the region.
The newly-renovated space on the ground floor of the Marvin Center offers more privacy and a personalized experience for student financial and registration needs.
Scott Burnotes, associate vice president for safety and security, offers advice on how to stay safe around campus and in the D.C. area.
Updates include “GW Rider” app for tracking shuttles, requesting “Safe Rides;” $25 Capital Bikeshare annual student memberships also announced.
The highly regarded professional association for scholars of the Middle East is now headquartered at GW.
Dr. Bass has established a pioneering career defined by excellence in patient care, educational innovation, interdisciplinary research and discovery and service.
A team of GW researchers studying hate on social media outlined the challenges to dismantling online hate groups worldwide in a new paper.
Wet sleeping bags, a front-row view of Jimi Hendrix and other memories of the "free-for-all" counterculture music festival from the GW community.
The incoming class received a warm welcome at the SMHS White Coat and Honor Code Ceremony.