Manyung Emma Hon’s startup is developing plastic eating microbes as a solution to the world’s growing plastics problem.
Educational technology expert Natalie Milman said students and teachers should keep lines of communication open.
Zaniya Lewis is growing her online campaign into a national social enterprise.
One of the last events for this year’s Black Heritage Celebration featured a step show from black Greek organizations across the DMV area.
Edith Alejandra Leiva’s self-funded online bakery puts people first.
The new food hall, which will be located at 2000 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., aims to open this fall.
Co-host of “The Breakfast Club” discussed working in the male dominated hip hop culture at a Black Heritage Celebration event at GW.
SMPA student Lauren Peller reported on President Trump’s impeachment proceedings as a Capitol Hill intern for a national news network.
Ferguson activist and author Brittany Packnett –Cunningham launched 2020 heritage celebration with the theme “Reclaiming our Renaissance.”
The annual Lunar New Year celebration brought in the Year of the Rat, and featured food, dancing and giveaways.
Students worked for 24 hours to develop innovative solutions to real-world challenges facing the medical community.
During a King Week event, the "Decolonial Dialogue" panel shared how their diverse experiences have been impacted by the moniker as well as ways the university can decolonize education.
Hundreds of volunteers from the GW community served throughout Washington, D.C., during the 24th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and Leadership.