The 2020 Democratic candidate spoke at GW about her presidential priorities and vision for the country.
A partnership with the D.C.-based TwentyTables app brings affordable food options to the GW community in Potomac Square beginning today—with launch giveaways on Wednesday.
The center expanded its urgent care hours for Saturdays and Sundays on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses.
CCAS and Elliott School professor Nemata Blyden’s new book explores the complex relationship between African Americans and the African continent from the era of slavery to the present.
During annual Faculty Assembly, faculty presented a petition to Faculty Senate and engaged with President Thomas LeBlanc on strategic planning process.
Rep. Omar defended the ongoing impeachment inquiry and her endorsement of Bernie Sanders while participating in a podcast taping at GW.
The associate director of student entrepreneurship programs in the GW Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship wants to help students change the world.
New research from the Department of Biological Sciences finds that female fruit flies gain a genetic benefit from selective mating.
The annual Albert H. Small Symposium celebrated the institute joining GW.
GW community invited to share feedback on how the university should attract high-quality students and what educational opportunities GW should provide students.
Social engineer Rachel Tobac shares how hackers target accounts and what can be done to stop them.
The Illinois senator discussed those issues and President Trump’s foreign policy during a discussion at GW.
The Atlantic Philanthropies supports the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity’s training and leadership program and endowed professorship.
As flu season quickly approaches, the Colonial Health Center is encouraging everyone to get a flu shot before the end of October.