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The majority of undergraduate students say GW must do more to raise awareness about sexual harassment on campus, according to a survey released Wednesday.
U.S. Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia will return to Lisner Auditorium on Thursday, Feb. 12 to discuss their tenures on the highest federal court in the nation.
A Student Association bill that would have slashed the amount candidates are allowed to spend on the upcoming campaign cycle by half failed in a vote Monday night. The bill’s sponsor, Sen. Victoria Goncalves, CCAS-U, said she hopes to be able to bring the bill back to the Senate at its next meeting in two […]
- GW prepares to break ground on Pennsylvania Avenue office building project January 26, 2015The project will last about two and a half years. And as the construction date looms, the project's developer will now have to begin the process of selecting tenants to fill the 250,000-square-foot space.
- On path to zero waste, GW misses targets January 26, 2015The University has missed two deadlines for reaching goals that would make it a zero-waste college – part of its far-reaching sustainability plan to reduce its impact on the environment.
- Plans for free community college could add transfer students to School of Nursing January 26, 2015If more students start enrolling in Maryland and Virginia community colleges' nursing programs, GW could see an increase in the number of students transferring into its school.
- Officials tap another Johns Hopkins professor to lead School of Nursing January 26, 2015Pamela R. Jeffries is the third dean to be hired away from the U.S. News & World Report No. 12-ranked university about an hour north of D.C. since University President Steven Knapp came to GW from the same institution in 2007.
- Emeritus professor of health economics dies at 71 January 26, 2015Warren Greenberg, an emeritus professor of health economics in the Milken Institute School of Public Health, died this month. He was 71 years old.