Found not licensed to practice in D.C., director of Mental Health Services steps down

The former director of Mental Health Services, Silvio Weisner, who suddenly stepped down last week, is not licensed to practice as a psychologist in D.C.

Law professor finds key to unlocking rights to 'Happy Birthday'

Brauneis outlined the complex history of “Happy Birthday” and followed a trail, nearly a century long, back to the owner of the song.

Freshmen find new home in International House

Some freshmen said they enjoy living in the apartment­style rooms, though some students have noticed that their hall lacks security personnel.

Fraud reports increase for first time in four years

After a decline in the incidents of frauds in September for the past four years, the GW community has seen a spike in fraud on campus for the first month this year.

SEAS and European energy group partner to offer renewable energy seminar

A new partnership at GW’s engineering school will give students and faculty a look at what really goes on with renewable energy.

With employee departure, Student Association sees adviser switch

Lisa Rocco, former department operations manager of the Center for Student Engagement, recently left GW.

With nonprofit partnership, GW expands access effort

Say Yes to Education grants are awarded to students in participant communities with a family income at or below $75,000.

GSEHD to add new doctoral degree

The Graduate School of Education and Human Development will now offer a new doctorate in educational science.

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Exploring identity at a grad student's art exhibit

Miriam Deaver is curating her first gallery show at the Smith Hall of Art, entitled “My-Dentity,”which explores the ways we express our identities.

Head in the Cloud: Ditch your phone, for at least a little bit

After not using my phone, laptop and most other technology for a day, I suggest you try and do the same.

JRINK juicery to open in Foggy Bottom

JRINK, a local juice bar chain, will open a new location on Nov. 1 in the basement of Yoga District on 20th and I streets.

Staff Editorial: GW should not mandate trigger warnings

More intense student lobbying for trigger warnings is probably on its way, and when the time comes, GW shouldn’t give in to the pressure.

Dan Grover: Students should speak up to prevent hate crimes

Combatting injustice requires proactive intervention and as students, we have a duty to speak up when confronted with intolerance.

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    2015 Walk Now for Autism Speaks

    On Saturday, national autism advocacy organization Autism Speaks hosted their 15th annual "Walk Now for Autism Speaks...

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    Students for Recovery host MTV to wrap up Recovery Month

    GW’s Students for Recovery celebrated the end of National Recovery Month with a talk from an MTV star and other lea...

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    Local AIDS research launches with seminar series

    This month the District of Columbia Center for AIDS Research, also known as DC CFAR, celebrated their launch with the...