An adjunct GW law professor was shot Monday in his office in Virginia, and police are considering the possibility it was retribution for one of his past cases as a prosecutor.
Thursday, February 5, 2009
The Student Association voted Tuesday night to support a $300,000 increase in the University Police Department's budget, in hopes of expanding and improving UPD's 4-RIDE service.
Candidates for Student Association office may no longer need to collect signatures to be considered for a spot on the ballot.
Confidence turned to sloppiness for the Colonials, who committed 22 turnovers and 23 fouls against a Spiders team that ranks second in the Atlantic 10 in points allowed per game and first in turnover margin.
Wednesday night at Saint Joseph's, the GW men's basketball team went about proving once again that they can play with any of their Atlantic 10 opponents. It's the nagging matter of beating them that's the problem.
For the last three years, senior forward Rob Diggs has been the GW men's basketball team's go-to man in the post.
D.C. residents ring in the year of the ox at a Chinese New Year celebration on the streets of Chinatown Sunday afternoon.
Though GW's women's basketball team has shown promise in Mike Bozeman's first year as head coach, the team has struggled to find consistency.
Tammy Duckworth, a graduate of the Elliott School of International Affairs, was nominated by President Barack Obama on Tuesday to serve as an assistant secretary for the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Opinion among top University officials is "mixed" on whether to provide the University Police Department officers with guns, said Robert Chernak, senior vice president of Student and Academic Support Services.
Facebook, video-chatting and instant messaging may soon be a thing of the past - at least in some GW classrooms.
Everyone from young GW alumni to President Barack Obama represents the success of blacks in America, renowned author and professor Michael Eric Dyson said Tuesday night at an event in the Marvin Center.
Spend your Thursday night dancing flamenco. Seriously.
The Residence Hall Association auctioned off 10 residence hall rooms for a top bid of almost $5,000 and gave away the top housing pick Tuesday at the 44th annual Martha's Marathon.
The University's Presidential Arts Scholars will be showcasing wall drawings, photography and sculptural work in a newly installed exhibition, "Crowded Spaces," this weekend.
In case you ever wondered what tracks a travel agent was partial to.
An entertainment guide for the cash-strapped college student.
Whether you love, hate or refuse to acknowledge the Student Association, it is hard to ignore the frenzied campaigning that grips Foggy Bottom each spring. This year, campaign season may be a little different.
This year, it is imperative that this University step up to the plate and add "gender identity and expression" to our nondiscrimination policy.
Is taking Ritalin before a big test all that different from having a cup of coffee in the morning?
A GW alumnus working for the State Department was found dead in Ethiopia this week and U.S. government officials say his death is being investigated as a homicide.
Compare Duques Hall with the crowded dungeons that are where mostly liberal arts classes are taught. The disparity is undeniable.
Five thousand dollars was stolen from Pita Pit in Ivory Tower earlier this week, according to a police report and the store's owner.
The Student Association joined an LGBTQ student organization last week in demanding explicit protection for transgender students in the University Code of Conduct.
Muhammad Yunus, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, detailed his lifelong efforts to end global poverty to a captivated audience of D.C. residents and students in Lisner Auditorium Wednesday night.
Close to 500 juniors were chosen last week to live in GW's newest and most expensive dorm, 2135 F Street, next year.
The Student Association is an unnecessary organization
As spring break looms, students looking to book a vacation may forget they have an alternative.
Thinking of staying in D.C. for spring break this year? It doesn't mean you have to spend the week sitting around your dorm or apartment.
Even if you can't make it to Dublin on March 17, there are plenty of ways to celebrate St. Paddy's Day in the District.
Are you aching for a break from snow and school, but haven't had time to plan anything past your next all-nighter? Don't fret, there's still time to plan an awesome spring break.
GW Student Health Services saw 30 cases of the flu last week, an increase from last year that may be attributed to the low turnout for flu shots and the peak of the flu season.
As blasting and excavation draw to a close at the Square 54 development site, project organizers are warning community members about a series of street closures planned for much of 2009.
Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Epsilon Pi and Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority, Inc., had the highest GPAs in the Greek-letter system this fall, according to a grade report released this winter.
All 16 chapters of the Inter-Fraternity Council held spring recruitment events last week, but the number of students who joined fraternities was lower than expected.
The GW men's basketball team no longer finds itself mired in an 11-game skid after picking up an 87-62 win over Fordham Saturday afternoon at Smith Center.