In self-deprecating fashion, the award-winning actress and 1998 alumna spoke to graduates as their peer, pushing them to take a leap into unexpected and intimidating situations
Ten years ago, Nelson Carbonell's software engineering company flamed out — a casualty of business risks and the dot-com bust.
The Board of Trustees unanimously approved the nearly $400 million strategic plan Friday — a blueprint that the University will use to reshape its undergraduate structure starting next year.
The GW Museum opening near University Yard will expand it's size by 50 percent, increasing costs by a half in order to house additional exhibits and maximize space on the site.
This new world sucks. But there are also many things about it that don't.
GW expansion has also included growth in the number of the administrators and staffers, which could hurt, not help, students' educational experiences.
I am about to head home after spending five months in Dublin. Studying abroad has brought new friends, unforgettable sight-seeing and, of course, a lot of Guinness.
Congratulations, graduates. What you've witnessed in the last four years as students in D.C. was nothing short of amazing.
Food trucks have become a common spectacle at GW over the last few years, as each day nearly a dozen of these vendors serve up diverse cultural cuisines and build social connections on the Foggy Bottom Campus. But food trucks are under assault by the D.C. government.
The Colonials now hold a 15-9 conference record, a remarkable four-place jump into the fifth spot of the playoff standings. They will face fourth-seeded Xavier in Charlotte, N.C. Wednesday.
Head coach Gregg Ritchie's squad has used a combination of small-ball offense and clutch pitching to rebound from a rough start.
Hundreds of books burst from shelves, congest boxes and compress the five worn, mismatched seats in professor Dewey Wallace's 2106 G St. office.
Dorm fronts once crowded with students, Sperrys and fraternity corner cookouts are barren come the end of May. All of those absences leave me with this question: What does Foggy Bottom miss most when it's missing us?
The Capital Funk dance crew practices for its annual showcase preview.
Students from George Washington University gathered in front of the White House to protest the conflict in Syria.
Runners lap around National Mall to honor Boston Marathon victims.