Analysts from the POLITICO-GW Battleground Poll made predictions about the 2010 midterm elections at GW.
GW junior Kye Allums is the first openly transgender male student-athlete to compete for the Colonials’ Division I women’s basketball program.
The GW Colonials men's basketball team under the leadership of first-year head coach Mike Lonergan will open the 2011-12 campaign at the Smith Center on Nov. 11, 2011. Read more about the basketball program and all of the happenings within GW athletics at GWSports.com.
The newly named Office of Non-Degree Students aids hundreds who study at GW.
Carlos Slim, John W. Snow and Elisabeth Preval speak at GW’s second annual Global Forum.
New York City mayor will address 2011 graduates in May.
A new merit fund will provide full rides for two GW law students each year.
GW students are competing to reduce their electricity and water consumption.
GW welcomed 116 new faculty members this fall in fields ranging from Arabic to anthropology and engineering to economics.
Tech entrepreneurs kickoff university’s $50,000 Business Plan Competition.
Theatre and Dance Department performs Shakespeare’s classic tale of love and revenge on a magical island.
GW’s annual service excellence celebration includes a conference and awards ceremony.
From watching July 4 fireworks on the Mall to seeing the Supreme Court in session, GW students have an extensive to-do list.
Politico-GW Battleground Poll finds Independents more likely to vote for Republicans in midterm elections.