Whether you’re still exploring campus as a freshman or you have seen it all as a senior, there are plenty of reasons to experience other parts of D.C.
Freshman year is a whirlwind of new experiences. While your first year away from home is bound to be different from your roommate’s, there are some experiences nearly every first-year faces.
No matter the root of your ailments, here are some dos and don’ts to survive the first week of classes.
In a city it can be hard to do traditional autumn activities. Here are the best ways to experience fall in D.C. so you don’t let it pass you by.
Media Credit: Olivia Anderson | Contributing Photo EditorDistrict House's opening marks one of the biggest changes on campus this year.
Going back to school is a little less daunting with the promise of a fall break less than two months into the semester.
Are you looking for some fun free activities to keep you busy during Labor Day weekend?
Working in Gelman can get old very quickly. Switch up your study routine with these cafes close to campus.
Between the Olympics, Tinder and watching Kylie Jenner’s snapchats, there were plenty of valid excuses this summer not to keep up with GW news.
It goes without saying that D.C. is a top nightlife destination for political nerds – especially this election year.
Kanye West and CHVRCHES scheduled their D.C. shows during first semester, so you don’t have an excuse to miss the best concerts of the year.
GW is nearly a new world for seniors who descended on campus three years ago.
Two years after GW’s First Night event was first held on the Mount Vernon Estate, officials have moved it back to campus.
The chair of the Board of Trustees is creating a task force to consider adding a student member to the board.
After GW's president announced his departure and the interim provost became permanent, faculty said the changes allow officials to reevaluate their vision.
Incoming students now have more individualized options for in-person sexual assault prevention training sessions.
After the University launched its presidential search at the end of June, some faculty said they were worried that the presidential search committee was not inclusive of the faculty community at GW.
A professor in GW’s business and international affairs schools will spend this fall as an international affairs fellow at Texas A&M.
Faculty are “outraged” about GW’s new healthcare plans, which they say limit their options and force them to take on expenses that the University should cover.
Rosa Sclafani fell down a set of stairs and was injured while helping her daughter move into Strong Hall in 2013.
The staff of Mental Health Services has almost doubled since the spring.
The University Police Department will be kicking off a revamped digital safety strategy in September with videos featuring students enacting ways to stay safe on campus.
The next president will be the face of GW and choose the trajectory of the University. It's important that the search committee knows what students need.
No matter your academic or personal background, you can and should get involved in the election this fall.
Changing your beliefs in college can be messy, but it's a necessary part of growing up and becoming your own person.
Students and other members of the GW community must acknowledge and normalize the emotional and mental needs of men and boys.
GW has stayed quiet about its formal investigation into abuse allegations against Mike Lonergan and the operation of the men's basketball program.
With the return of prolific scoring forward MacKenzie Cowley and a talented young core, the 2016 Colonials are looking to complete the mission they set out on last year: NCAA Tournament or bust.
Students moved into GW’s newest residence hall on campus, District House. The building is nearly complete after fou...
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