Ms. Larmon was a member of GW’s Division of Development and Alumni Relations.
GSPM Director Lara Brown said the country should expect more gridlock than bipartisan legislation in the next two years.
The student organization focuses on fostering innovation and making hackathons accessible to students of all disciplines.
GW administrators in attendance listened and responded to students on issues of race, diversity and inclusion at the Black Student Union town hall.
Wreath-laying ceremony commemorates the service of veterans and members of the U.S. military.
Faculty also briefed on draft changes to university’s equal opportunity policy.
Watch the country’s best collegiate garba-raas dancers at Raas Chaos XVII, raise awareness at Hunger Week 2018, strap on your ice skates at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden and more.
Catherine De Bolle discussed Europe’s threat landscape and her goals for EU’s law enforcement agency.
The university doubled its simulation lab space in Innovation Hall and opened a new Student Success Center.
University community members, including the LeBlancs, joined Foggy Bottom-area residents for dinner and discussion.
Five candidates won seats in the House and one candidate was successful in the Senate in the midterm elections.
A new GW Politics Poll found voters heavily engaged in midterms but not shifting views ahead of voting on Tuesday.
Keynoting GW’s fourth annual Diversity Summit, The Atlantic staff writer said limited perspectives prevent newsrooms from doing their job.
David Gargaro spoke to representatives of the European Union about the global future of nuclear energy.
Financier and philanthropist Mike Milken spoke about medical research and the importance of affordable education in an interview with David Rubenstein.