Thousands of students flocked to the White House Monday to celebrate the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. President Barack Obama said American forces swarmed a compound in Pakistan Sunday and killed bin Laden, prompting a mass of students to rush to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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Christy Willis, the executive director of DSS, will step down after 30 years at GW.
Only one member of the public spoke at a hearing Monday for the University Police Department’s accreditation review.
A faculty and staff task force will take a deeper dive into GW’s benefits packages, University President Steven Knapp announced at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday.
- Calendar December 4, 2014
- Visualized: Why Bambi might have a rough winter in Rock Creek Park December 4, 2014Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Senior Designer
- Crime Log December 4, 2014Assault on Police Officer/Unlawful Entry/Disorderly Conduct
- University cuts $8.2 million from strategic plan funding after budget shortfall December 4, 2014The University has trimmed $8.2 million in funding to support its blueprint for the next decade, after already instituting hiring freezes and slashing administrative spending to make up for a shortfall.
- Students to get chance to work behind the scenes when 'The Colbert Report' films episode on campus December 4, 2014The School of Media and Public Affairs will choose several students to work as production assistants before and during the show's taping, the school announced Wednesday.