Items valued at nearly $1,000 were stolen from a University staff member's office in the Academic Center last Tuesday, according to a police report.
Monday, February 23, 2009
A recent survey conducted by GW's dining service commission found that students are only half satisfied with Sodexo's dining venues on campus.
With his face coated in black paint and his mouth encircled in red lipstick, Omari Daniels harkens back to an often-forgotten and racist practice in American history.
Eighteen-year-old Eric Fortune-Epps wants to go to GW so he "can get a good job and have a better life," but he does not even know if he can make it through his senior year of high school.
Statistics show that black men have the lowest retention rate on campus within the last six years - something the BMI hopes to change.
GW's offense found itself in a frustrating slumber, never truly awakening en route to a 71-53 defeat at the hands of the current conference leaders.
For nearly the entire first half of Saturday's GW women's basketball game against St. Bonaventure it was the Colonials, not the Bonnies, who looked like the inexperienced team.
After a disappointing regular season, the GW men's and women's swim teams were encouraged by their ninth-place finish at the Atlantic 10 Swimming and Diving Championship over the weekend.
With senior frontcourt stalwart Rob Diggs taking a seat on the bench due to foul trouble in Sunday's loss to Xavier, sophomore Joseph Katuka got a chance to show what he could do against the big boys' big bodies - and he capitalized.
Figuring out whether that history class fulfills a requirement or exploring a potential second major may become easier if an online advising system that the University is considering comes to fruition.
Some fraternities and sororities on Townhouse Row might soon find themselves without a house. The current set of leases is set to expire at the end of the spring 2010 semester, and each occupant must reapply next semester with the University to renew their lease.
Fifty-six students are vying for positions in the Student Association elections, 81 percent more than competed last year.
Student Association elections will take place Feb. 25 and 26. Below is a list of all candidates in the race.
Much like their party's representatives on Capitol Hill, partisan political groups on campus are taking on different messages regarding the government's response to the financial crisis.
University President Steven Knapp kicked off George Washington's 277th birthday celebration Sunday night with three loud chants of "Whoo-zah! Whoo-zah! Whoo-zah!"
With some reservations, Tiffany Meehan is the better candidate for the job. She has had a year to learn from mistakes and has also delivered on some popular events.
George Brunner: Election coverage was wrong
Teach for America may offer benefits for corps members, but the ultimate goal is helping children.
The ugly side of the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy is on display at the George Washington University.
For environmentally friendly practices to move ahead, it is the students who must lead the way.
A former counselor at GW who is facing drug and firearms charges also sold cocaine to a student he met through his position, prosecutors allege.
The University employs five of the nearly 300 administrators nationwide who make more than $500,000 per year, according to a survey conducted by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
After spending three years working in Foggy Bottom, Lorraine Lambert isn't sure she loves her new GW workplace in rural Virginia.
Gelman Library administrators say the aging building is ill-equipped to accommodate the crowds and the University is not prioritizing funding for improvements.
Though freshman Todd Belok is upset and worried about his future, he cannot help but smile when talking about the support he has received after his dismissal under 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell.'
Kyle Boyer, a junior, brings experience, leadership ability and strong ideas to the table. While he may be the more predictable candidate, he is also the most qualified.
Jason Lifton is the best pick for EVP due to his demonstrated achievements and his plans to get things done.
Student Association candidates detailed their designs on how to improve the University and defended their records at the third annual Hatchet-SA Debate Monday night.
The SAT scores of high school applicants to GW rose 10 points this year, despite the fact that less money is being allocated to attract "elite" applicants with merit scholarships.