The Elliott School of International Affairs kicked off its dean search last week, officially listing its deanship as open and taking nominations from the school’s faculty and staff for candidates to replace Michael Brown, who has served as the school’s dean for a decade.
Advisers to the GW chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon are clearing out the townhouse on 22nd Street after the group was booted off campus this month.
Radio may not be the most popular medium for today's journalists, but at GW, a radio host is looking to make sure that it stays relevant.
More than 20 student organizations have come together to address race relations on campus, and the coalition’s top priority is the University Police Department.
Students who signed up for the trip, which would have included helping rebuild parts of the country hit by Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, will not receive a refund for all of the $800 personal fee.
At the Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute, the research and events held by faculty and students from all 10 of GW’s schools is attracting more attention from federal officials and news media.
The clues only get more baffling. The clock is ticking. You rip apart suitcase after suitcase and book after book. You only have seconds left to crack the code on the safe. This is Escape Room Live D.C. – a tourist attraction in Georgetown.
It seems like every year there are bigger, better U.S. music festivals to choose from. But for most music-lovers, the options dwindle as the costs add up: transportation, lodging, food and general admission wristlets can quickly ruin your budget.
Eyelash extensions have become more popular in the beauty market, with customers lashing out in salons from New York City to California and recently, the District. K.P. Murray opened Elle Lash Bar in 2012.
We have a history of activism on this campus, and that’s great. Although there’s no current movement to change the name of the Marvin Center, we have to respect the students who came before us who wanted it changed, the people Marvin discriminated against during his time here and any students who continue to be offended by GW’s adulation of the former president.
GW should recognize that it’s inherently wrong to have differing services for two groups of students. It’s wrong to under-service a section of the student body while touting 4-RIDE’s benefits to everyone else.
Students, regardless of gender, should realize that they do have important choices to make. They should make the conscious decision to drink less if they know that alcohol consumption could land them in a dangerous situation.
The game was a battle for first place in the Atlantic 10 between two teams known for outstanding defensive play. By the end of the night, the “havoc” was the clear winner.
Prange has become the third piece of GW’s imposing frontcourt. She is the third-leading scorer and rebounder on the team, after junior Jonquel Jones and sophomore Caira Washington.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival held its Sing Into Spring contest Tuesday at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in...
Dog Tag Bakery, a part of Dog Tag Inc., offers veterans with disabilities an education at Georgetown University while...
Captain Cookie will open it's doors at 11:00 a.m. Thursday after a grueling, five and a half month construction proce...