Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund (KACIF) grant recipients explained how the grant propelled them closer to their goals.
A GWSB course in personal finance that helped graduate student Charlinda Sims figure out how to repay her student loans will be open to undergraduate students for the first time in the spring.
Annual tradition offers students a break from preparing for final exams with food and fun.
GW students should exercise caution as they prepare to leave campus at the end of the semester.
Everything you need to finish the fall 2018 semester on a high note.
Student space is a priority in the new Foggy Bottom building.
GW students celebrated religious diversity and reflected on their experiences with faith at the 17th annual event.
Students received free tickets to hear former first lady speak—with a bonus visit from her husband, Barack Obama.
The CCAS International Buddy Program pairs international graduate students with mentors, helping new students get acquainted with D.C. and the university.
Around the Foggy Bottom campus, GW students expressed gratitude for the positive things in their lives.
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.
David Gargaro spoke to representatives of the European Union about the global future of nuclear energy.
Men’s basketball’s Maceo Jack, the son of star athletes, learned the importance of passion, energy and competitiveness from his parents.