University sends season’s greetings with a wonderland of sticky notes.
The retired Army general discussed the war in Syria, Donald Trump and his outlook for the United States at GW’s National Churchill Library and Center.
Presidential politics, a new campus residence hall and the university’s entering freshman class ranked among GW Today’s most-read stories.
SPAGnVOLA Chocolatier opened at 2000 Penn in November, and a new Indian restaurant is planned for 2017.
Annual tradition invites students to take a break from studying for final exams and enjoy food and fun.
Standardized test requirements such as the GRE and GMAT could be waived for some programs.
Police Chief RaShall Brackney offers the GW community five safety tips as students leave campus this holiday season.
Five current and former GW students and an associate dean spoke during NLRB hearing on the question of whether to hold a vote on unionizing RAs.
Student-hosted overnight program gives prospective students a chance to experience multicultural life on campus.
GWI has focused its projects on violence against women in areas of global conflict and how violence is impacted through immigration.
Robert Manfred, Major League Baseball commissioner, joined GW community, reporters for wide-ranging discussion on labor, diversity and other issues.
GW opposes petition from Service Employees International Union Local 500 to unionize resident advisors.
The Office of Admissions hosted the Facebook Live event and Q&A session for students who can’t make it to campus.
GW and Education Week co-hosted event with policymakers, analysts and journalists to look at how public education policy will change in 2017 and beyond.