In their own words, graduating seniors talk about their most memorable moments during their time at the university.
The Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship helps students grow ideas into reality through mentorship and funding opportunities.
Due to the weather, students enjoyed indoor activities during the annual Mount Vernon Campus’ Fountain Day.
Annual dinner brings together GW students with donors whose philanthropy enabled their education.
André Gonzales was one of 62 award winners for his work as a student advocate and educational activist.
Members of GW chapter of the Society for Physics Students share their passion for learning in STEM workshops with local children.
Elliott School senior David Perron transitioned from foreign policy to management consulting, will start working at Ernst & Young in the fall.
Although she said she was not expecting the win, junior SJ Matthews is the new George Washington University Student Association president-elect.
Three Minute Thesis Competition awarded cash prizes to doctoral candidates for summarizing their research for general audiences.
Red Bull brought its Amaphiko Campus Connect program to the George Washington University campus March 23 for a
In Q & A, Laurie Koehler reflects on victories for the student experience—from enhancing residential life to chipping away at manual paperwork requirements.
Graduate research explores how the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela makes migrants vulnerable to human trafficking.
Students elected 2019-20 leaders, but top two finishers in race for student association president will face-off in an election on Thursday.
This riverside neighborhood is a hotspot for sports junkies, since it hosts both the Washington Nationals and soccer team D.C. United. But it’s also a vibrant area with good food, a rich history and some unusual activity options.
In the launch of the Presidential Distinguished Event Series, Ron Chernow shared his reactions to the success of the play based on his biography of Alexander Hamilton.