In a virtual event, the Daily Show host covered everything from America’s racial reckoning to what he’d study at GW.
Brandon Hill is reelected as SA president, and Kate Carpenter will be the new executive vice president.
The program for undergraduate tutors meets high pedagogical standards, according to the College Reading and Learning Association.
Volunteers have been working since January to assist in registering for COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
Major gifts from alumni, friends and university leadership will enable a GW education for exceptional students regardless of means.
GW Hillel’s new building will provide communal space for students to connect with their Jewish identity and be a hub for cultural, religious and educational opportunities.
GW will hold day of giving in support of student scholarships and financial aid.
Four GW students are assisting their on-campus peers who test positive for the virus by picking up groceries and other essential items for them.
The GW community reflects on the Women’s Leadership Program’s impact during a virtual conference.
The annual event was virtual this year and ushered in the Year of the Ox.
Teams appeared before a virtual bench of mock Supreme Court justices as part of the competition’s final round.
One thousand students are moving into Foggy Bottom campus residences for the spring semester.
Members of EMeRG provided emergency medical services on Inauguration Day and rendered aid during the riot at the Capitol.
The annual MLK Jr. Day of Service used its virtual platform this year to educate volunteers on how to use Dr. King’s principles of equality and peace toward creating a more just society.
The commander of the Office of Naval Intelligence and GW graduate answered questions from students about leadership, ethics and diversity in the Navy.