Multicultural Greek Council has added four chapters – three returning and one new – in the past calendar year.
Sustainable students are banding together to advocate for their own space on campus.
The profile outlines what the presidential search committee will be looking for in its next leader and goals that GW will move toward in the coming years.
The Public Health Student Association will bring a play to campus this week to raise awareness about sexual assault.
Students have found themselves in the midst of a battle between the rabbi who led their group and the region's most politically influential rabbi.
Alumni celebrating their one, five and 10-year reunions this month are receiving an extra boost on gifts from an anonymous donor.
Student groups are taking advantage of fall break by planning political and hiking trips from campus.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences has expanded their office hours to accommodate students during residency season.
The GW Law School will add a member to the school’s staff to focus on students’ wellness and inclusion, officials said.
Students and professors of any discipline can use the new African American museum in their studies focused on African American history and culture.
The beautiful home once owned by GW on W Street has sat empty since its previous inhabitant, Provost Steven Lerman, stepped down at the end of 2015.
Your go-to sandwich spot in the basement of FoBoGro is serving up sandwiches no longer. In its place is Rolls By U, a sushi burrito shop.
Regardless of a student’s academic path, taking humanities courses expands a student’s mind and perspective.
Officials might overlook just how important the classroom environment is – but windowless classrooms with chipping paint are a hindrance to learning.
Although GW’s history with Blackboard is financially advantageous, the University should find and utilize the best online learning site for students.
If students feel that taking notes on computers is the way they want to learn the information, then they should be able to make that decision.
After opening A-10 play with a three-game slump, men's soccer's offense has found a second wind down the stretch.
Making a splash in this season’s home opener, women’s swimming and diving built on its strong season start with a decisive win in Saturday’s meet.
Senior swimmer Carly Whitmer has established a career services mentoring program for other student-athletes to help them pursue their professional goals.
Pansaari, located in DuPont Circle, serves up authentic Indian food. Unique for its chai bar, Pansaari uses natur...
Local artists convened at the White House to participate in the “I Want a President” reading, a public art projec...
Recharj is D.C.’s first nap and meditation studio. Recharj offers meditation and 20-minute power nap sessions. ...