An op-ed by W. Russell Ramsey, chairman of GW’s Board of Trustees
Two decades later, GW professors remember the fall of the Berlin Wall and the University hosts a series of commemorative events.
Author Margaret Atwood’s new book goes from page to stage in performance at GW's Lisner Auditorium.
Cross country’s Megan Hogan, a virtual newcomer to running, has top GW times in multiple distances.
Philanthropist established endowment for GW's Gelman Library.
Gala at Washington’s Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium caps year of anniversary events and welcomes alumni into GW Engineering Hall of Fame.
Conference examines range of issues concerning veterans’ integration in higher education.
Founding Farmers, managed by Dan Simons, B.B.A. ’92, brings farm-fresh food to Pennsylvania Avenue.
Record number of GW students wins Fulbright scholarships for 2009-10 year.
Gregory D. Squires investigates the price of racial segregation in new book.
GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, which opened its doors in October 1884, is celebrating its anniversary with a birthday party, lecture series and gala.
Dozens ride in the fourth annual Mount Vernon to Mount Vernon Bike Tour.
Former Vice President Walter Mondale headlines Public Affairs Project Conversation Series.
An exhibition at GW Hospital features dozens of works created by Washington, D.C.'s homeless.
The secretary of homeland security told law students that all Americans must assume a shared sense of responsibility in keeping the country safe.