The university updated various residence halls and academic buildings, improved indoor and outdoor student space and gave Pelham Commons a makeover.
The ceremony symbolizes the beginning of a four-year journey toward a career in medicine.
First-year and transfer George Washington University students were welcomed to campus Saturday with helping hands, warm smiles, a presidential lemonade stand and GW sweatshirts.
The changes are driven by community suggestions after students raised concerns about racism and bias on campus.
Centralized navigation system will help students access support on topics including academic advising, available study spaces, class syllabi and low-cost textbooks.
Speakers and snacks greeted GW’s newest cohort of post-baccalaureate students.
Stress is the boogeyman of high-achieving students everywhere. But with conscious management, it can be a friend instead of a foe.
Dr. LeBlanc updates the university community on the progress of the strategic initiatives and emphasizes the importance of diversity and inclusion, Title IX policies.
An interdisciplinary study analyzes the types of climate change lawsuits that are more likely to win or lose in a courtroom.
Darrell Darnell, senior associate vice president for safety and security, offers advice on how to stay safe around campus and in the D.C. area.
For some students, washing clothes on their own for the first time can be a frustrating task, so here are some tips to make a laundry day at GW a bit easier.
Getting familiar with GW’s many resources available to students is key to academic success.
A new GW-led study found that bot accounts shared anti-vaccination messages 75 percent more than average Twitter users.
Pluses in party support, issue positions and volunteer activism held through the summer.
Once home to the largest African American community in the country, the U Street Corridor is one of D.C.’s most vibrant, historic areas with plenty to see and do.