Luke Lorenz applies his political management studies to running his nonprofit, which seeks to address prejudice and political polarization.
By Ruth Steinhardt
For the second year in a row, the university ranks first among Peace Corps’ list of medium-sized colleges and universities.
Maryland state legislator introduced police use of force bill based on Cynthia Lee’s model legislation for deadly police shootings.
The group was awarded $25,000 to develop a smartphone app as part of a D.C. public innovation competition.
“As a community, we at GW must be present for those in need and offer compassion and support,” Dr. LeBlanc writes.
Senior Reem Eltahir developed connections and utilized confidence and honesty about her skillset to land a computer engineering job at Intel.
Medical students ripped open envelopes at noon Friday to discover where they would be pursuing residency.
The team is focused on improving every week and peaking at the right time ahead of conference championships.
The new website will offer free, research-based resources aimed to bring financial education into high schools.
Former Ambassador Prudence Bushnell was among the international affairs experts who shared advice with the first-year students about careers in diplomacy.
Men’s basketball team will face George Mason on Thursday after overtime victory over the University of Massachusetts.
Discovery will help researchers better understand a region known for its evolutionary significance.