Student Life

Six members of the GW community cut a ribbon to open Chaat House

Indian-Inspired Chaat House Opens in University Student Center

The concept restaurant is part of GW’s multi-year transformative dining plan to enhance the student experience.

Man sits on chair in corner of a boxing ring

Boxing through Life's Challenges: The Inspirational Journey of Jatin Nayyar

The GWSB senior shares his journey living with Tourette syndrome to advocate for mental health and disabilities.

National Voter Registration Day at GW

GW Students Prepare for National Elections

National Voter Registration Day helped students learn the steps they need to participate as voters in upcoming elections.

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Reviving the Heart of Her Hometown: Cate Burgan Works to Keep Her Community Informed through the ‘Kingston Springs Gazette'

After her hometown of Kingston Springs, Tennessee, lost its newspaper, Cate Burgan decided to start a newspaper by herself to ensure her community could still receive reliable news.

Students share a meal together at the University Student Center.

University Student Center Improvements Made to Help Students Find Support and Community

The summer changes mark the beginning of a holistic, revolutionary space design for USC.

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Commencement Week 2024 School and College Celebration Schedule Announced

The university-wide Commencement on the National Mall will be Sunday, May 19, 2024.

GW Police Department community event

In Photos: Raising High with GWPD

GWPD event helps to build community, relationships and trust with students.

 Michelle Rubin speaking with Vidya Muthupillai.

GW Junior Vidya Muthupillai's Icelandic Journey of Climate Hope

The Storyfest winner and GW alumna Michelle Rubin’s expedition to Iceland focused on the country’s work to tackle the climate crisis.

A male student talks to two other students at Org Fair Friday

GW Student Researchers Revel in Helping to Solve Complex Problems

Student organizations have helped facilitate research opportunities among students.

Seven biology students smiling at the camera in front of trees at the Botanic Garden.

Summer School: Bio Students Thrive in Harlan Fellowship

A cohort of biology students spent their summer in the lab and the field thanks to a CCAS program that supports undergraduate research opportunities.

Photo collage of 11 GW students and recent graduates

Wish I Had Known This When I First Came to GW

GW Today asked some members of the Class of 2023 to look back on their time at the George Washington University and think about what they wished they had known early in their matriculation.

GW Class of 2027 makes a GW shape in University Yard

Orientation Week 2023 at GW in Photos

After moving in, GW students gathered for a week of community and fun before the start of the 2023-2024 academic year.

President Ellen M. Granberg greets students moving in to Thurston Hall on Friday morning.

President Ellen M. Granberg Welcomes Class of 2027 to GW during Move-In

More than 2,500 first-year and transfer students arrived over the weekend as the university’s 19th president embarks on her first academic year at GW.

A white woman helps a Black man move a plastic shelf from the bed of a truck to a storage closet.

Office of Sustainability to Operate First-Ever Reuse Market

A temporary free store will provide residence hall essentials sourced from spring donations to students at no charge.

GW students Liseth Widman, Joshua Abraham and Sarah Mann in front of Eliot-Hine Middle School on Friday, Aug. 4.

GW Civic Changemakers Program Introduces D.C. Middle Schoolers to Community Involvement

Now in its sixth year, the five-week summer program culminates in student projects created to have a positive community impact.


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