Sonja Vitow and Keren Veisblatt Toledano still joke after graduating five years ago that while GW was a haven for political clubs, the campus looked more like a creative desert for student poets and fiction writers.
Before she brings her intensity and fresh material to the Rock & Roll Hotel on Sept. 27, we spoke to Worden about stealing from Lady Gaga, resisting creative urges and the challenges of remixing her own songs for tours.
After almost three years operating as a catering business, District Doughnut's shop on Barracks Row is the first brick-and-mortar establishment for owners Greg Menna and Juan Pablo Segura.
Three years after an overhaul that led to the launch of a study abroad program, the Dean’s Scholars in Shakespeare program is thriving after a 25 percent drop in the number of English majors since 2009.
Finding the Greek organization that is the right match for you isn't always easy, but we've asked some Greek leaders for advice about finding the chapter that best fits.
To help make Greek life more affordable, almost every chapter provides scholarships and grants for its members. Take a look at this list to figure out if you're eligible for some financial assistance.
Reach for a drink that's a little classier at next weekend's party. Not only will you like the taste, but you'll feel much better the next morning.
Get pumped up with this playlist of Top 40 Hits, plus some throwback jams.
Recruitment can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be: The key to this weekend is knowing the purpose of each round.
When it comes to getting ready for recruitment, true beauty may come from the inside – but a blowout or fresh manicure won’t hurt.
Grab a group of friends and try some new bars, check out a music festival for the first time or go outside for the last warm days of the year.
If your heart is set on bearing those letters, cut down the cost with these tips.
Get to know some of the GW Greek Life leaders you'll see around rush and recruitment this year.
Learn the Greek life lingo as you or your friends prepare to join a Greek organization this fall.
Brothers will offer everything from Chipotle to fried oreos to Southern-style barbecue to lure potential recruits.
There’s a way for music lovers and musicians alike to branch out from the high-traffic scene in the D.C. area, and it’s called DIY.
Just a few steps below street level on the corner of 23rd and M streets lies West End Cinema, a hidden Mecca for independent film lovers.
Interpol’s fifth studio album “El Pintor” was promising. Its opening track “All the Rage Back Home” sets the stage for a bright, anthemic sonic soundscape. But three tracks in, listeners will discover more of the same.
Classics and anthropology professor Eric Cline is used to teaching in lecture halls full of students. But this week, his audience numbered more than 1,000 at one of the most popular book events in the country.
Students strolling near the National Mall may have a run-in with Gilbert Stuart’s famous portrait of George Washington, sitting at a bus stop on Pennsylvania Avenue between 9th and 10th streets.
Back from a tour of the Midwest, OK Go bassist and vocalist Tim Nordwind said his band has moved past its “Here It Goes Again” days to a more synthesized sound. OK Go will perform Sept. 16 at the 9:30 Club.
Students who stay in D.C. develop a silent understanding that summer on and around campus has a dual purpose: partying and laying low, a mixture not often found during the academic year but that somehow comes together for three hot, muggy months.
The recording studio, which opened to students in 2010, is tucked in the basement of West Hall across from the Blackbox Theatre.
You chose to go to a school in D.C. for a reason. Here are some events you can brag about when you go home.
The biggest news of the year – condensed into 140 characters.
Finding a good table in Gelman can be tricky. Check out these spots for a great view or cup of coffee while studying.
Set ground rules with your roommate during the first few weeks of classes. Talk about possible scenarios, and how you would want them to play out.
Go easy on your Dining Dollars and buy groceries from one of these five stores. Each one has benefits and drawbacks.
When you need a break from city life, check out these spots that aren't too far away.
Students, alumni and even the University’s mascot George walked in the parade Saturday afternoon, which stretched from P and 22nd streets to the 14th Street corridor.