CBS News Senior Producer Chloe Arensberg and Political Director Caitlin Conant talked about combating the fake news narrative during a Women’s Leadership Program panel.
Members of the GW community connected with local resources and built emergency kits at the annual event.
GW Law students prepare for classes and careers in programs designed to help them identify professional goals and critical skills.
Nicaraguan-born writer and activist Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodriguez gave an unapologetic keynote address for the Latinx Heritage Celebration.
The Center for Career Services shares some tips for the Sept. 28 Career and Internship Fair.
The university is monitoring the hurricane’s path and how the storm will affect Washington, D.C.
A-10 games begin Jan. 6 at Saint Joseph’s; nonconference matches include NCAA tournament teams Michigan and Virginia.
The university’s largest Freshman Convocation and Day of Service featured service at more than 40 sites in the D.C. area and encouraging words from GW administrators.
So, you have been on our campus for a couple of weeks now—I've seen you. But today is the first day in which you formally become part of our campus community.
GW Today is giving away a number of buff and blue water bottles on social media. Find out how you can snag one.
Dr. LeBlanc discussed the dangers of social media and encouraged delaying off-campus internships in the first academic year during the Convocation ceremony.
The 14th annual Multicultural Student Services Center Block Party gave GW students, faculty and staff the chance to showcase their heritage.
The university updated various residence halls and academic buildings, improved indoor and outdoor student space and gave Pelham Commons a makeover.