GW freshman Hugo Scheckter will be part of the pit crew at the Indy 500.
GW law professor discusses Obama’s nominee to the nation’s high court.
Gilbert and Jacki Cisneros plan to use their lottery winnings to give back to the community and church.
Former First Lady Laura Bush discusses new book, tragic accident, dating and marriage at GW’s Lisner Auditorium.
Marva Gumbs Jennings of the GW Career Center offers job advice for the university’s newest set of graduates.
Seven members of the GW community are inducted into the university’s Wall of Fame.
The university’s fourth annual Green Move Out, held until May 20, benefits local charities.
Julie Ost’s volunteer work earned her a “hero” profile on Channel 9 News.
Feb. 22 marks the 150th anniversary of the George Washington statue in Washington Circle.
Recognition of the awards, honors, and recent publications of the GW faculty and staff.
Can health-related text messages be a boon to expectant mothers and babies?
The seven pieces in Dance Works showcase an incredible range of choreography, music, costumes and lighting.
In the first of a series on the award winners, GW Today focuses on Assistant Professor of Management Tjai Nielsen, who is lauded for his mentorship and passion for teaching.