Spandex, running shorts, headbands, knee-high decorated socks, colorful running shoes and vivid t-shirts were all on display at GW's third annual Colonial Quest.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
After launching a political blog last summer, junior Conor Rogers is unveiling three new blogs: a breaking news ticker, an LGBT rights debate forum and a blog spotlighting young activists.
This year's Last Lecture Series kicked off Sept. 2 with a speech by Professor Dennis Schell, in which he revealed to his audience that he was once an ordained minister.
Holly Kearl, a GW alum, said it was time to end the act that is known as street harassment at a reading of her new book on the subject in the Marvin Center on Thursday.
Three undergraduate students received $10,000 research grants from the University for the academic year.
Some students found that the travel expenses to get to Colonial Inauguration this summer were too much to shell out for the orientation program.
In addition to the 10 launched last year, the University hopes to implement at least two more research initiatives this academic year, a University official said last week.
The GW Bookstore teamed up with Knights Apparel to offer a new clothing line that plans to pay clothing manufacturers in the Dominican Republic a living wage.
Nearly 5,000 people crowded University Yard Saturday for Program Board's annual Fall Fest event, making this year's festival one of the largest in recent GW history.
Coworkers will mourn the loss of two well-liked GW employees: Fredrick Ross and April Clarke, who passed away last month.
Kyle Lierman - who works for House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said he felt that the opening provided the perfect opportunity to begin his dream career.
With a well-attended, well-planned Fall Fest and a more intimate FoBoGro and Tonic Welcome Back Party and BBQ, this past Labor Day weekend was one of which GW should be proud.
Over the past three years, the School of Engineering and Applied Science has hired 24 new faculty members.
At colleges and universities across America, students are heading into the classroom and partaking in a journey that will not only determine their future, but the future of this country.
The number of students transported to the GW Hospital for alcohol-related incidents increased nearly 14 percent last year.
As a representation of GW, GW Today's feed on Twitter is often overly personal, unprofessional and generally irreverent. Is this the kind of presence we want coming from an official GW feed?
We wanted to take a minute to thank the entire GW community for helping us to start the year off with a great first weekend.
Elliott School professor Dr. Scheherazade Rehman has been a foreign-exchange and money-market trader in Bahrain and is an authority on global and emerging financial markets.
The average number of university administrators nationwide has grown steadily over the past 14 years, but GW bucks the national trend, according to a report released by the Goldwater Institute.
Despite recent outbreaks of bedbugs in New York City this summer, there have yet to be any cases of bedbugs at the University, an official said last week.
Our expat has been living in Copenhagen, Denmark, for a little under a week now, and it seems as if the city has received enough rain to be considered a rainforest.
When 24-year-old medical student Stephanie Williams competed in the Miss D.C. beauty pageant, she swapped scrubs for a ball gown. But now she is donning a medical uniform once again.
GW ranks among the top 15 percent of "military-friendly" schools across the country, as ranked by G.I. Jobs magazine in August.
Community members and University officials have reached out to the development team of the new Marriott hotel on the Foggy Bottom Campus, urging the company to be respectful of neighborhood noise levels and pedestrians.
The Labor Day heat didn't seem to bother the GW women's soccer team, who racked up two home victories over the holiday weekend.
Kazakh Ambassador Erlan Idrissov said his country is becoming more progressive in an effort to become a competitor in the global economy, during a speech Thursday at the Elliott School of International Affairs.
For 89 minutes Saturday, the GW men's soccer team managed to stay even with its opponent, Howard, keeping the score tied at zero and a victory just one goal away.