Redesigned main University website highlights social media

After four years without any major design changes, a new main GW website launched last Thursday with new interactive and animated elements.

SMPA forms committee to increase student diversity

The School of Media and Public Affairs will form a committee to expand diversity in its student body, the school’s director announced this month.

Payroll errors leave faculty without answers

At least three faculty members saw glaring errors in their paychecks this month, leading to feelings of insecurity, confusion and distrust.

More students join College Democrats in divisive election year

More than 350 new members have signed up for the College Democrats so far this year, compared to 150 this time last year.

Online tool to cast light on employee health care costs

A new transparency tool will help University employees calculate their potential health care costs.

Drop in off-campus student noise unrelated to community responder program

Neighbors say that off-campus student parties aren’t as disruptive this year compared to years past.

Sam Hardgrove | Assistant Photo Editor

District's first distillery keeps drinks local

The Northwest’s first neighborhood distillery, District Distilling Co., is bringing connoisseurs and gourmands together in an industrial-yet-modern space.

Student model takes the runway at D.C. Fashion Week

Sophomore Jared Axelowitz didn’t realize a new Facebook profile picture his senior year of high school would lead to him walking the runway during D.C. Fashion Week two years later.

'Live at 9:30' TV show spotlights D.C. music culture

The popular 9:30 Club has started documenting its performers and concerts on the new television show “Live at 9:30.”

Claude Khalife: GW should consider admitting Syrian refugees

With a driven administration and an involved student body, awareness about refugees can be translated into action.

Nate Muramatsu: GW students should guide D.C. high schoolers through college applications

GW students should guide students through the college application process to ensure that D.C. high schoolers have the tools to be competitive candidates.

Essay: On the limits of sibling comparison

I’ve recently found myself consistently comparing myself to my older sibling. Yet it's caused me to wonder if comparing myself to him really helps at all.

Staff Editorial: UPD can do more to make crime log transparent

UPD is trying to be more transparent about crimes on campus, but accessing the crime log falls on students – and that means that less people are reading it.

Andrew Goodman | Senior Staff Photographer

Volleyball's Iott embraces breakout freshman campaign

Freshman Skylar Iott has proved dominant on the court, taking on a big role for the Colonials since the preseason.

Lonergan dismissal leaves questions unanswered

Mike Lonergan was officially dismissed as head coach of the men’s basketball program Saturday after a probe into verbal and emotional abuse allegations concluded he had “engaged in conduct inconsistent with the university’s values.”

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