Monday, November 22, 2010
D.C. will become the next regional hub for the low-cost Megabus bus service beginning Dec. 15, just in time for the holiday travel season.
At this point in the semester, many students have difficulty managing their workload. GW should provide students with a break that could offer stress relief for students to recharge.
Since she was three years old, Amanda Uhme has been trying to wrap her mind around suicide. When she came to college, Uhme finally learned how to discuss it.
GW needs to re-evaluate how the school currently structures undergraduate degree programs.
The D.C. Capital Bikeshare program definitely has its benefits, but the city of D.C. should consider the dangers of providing bikes without helmets, especially to novice riders.
For the cooking-challenged among us: Have no fear, Cristina Roman is here to make you dinner. GW Bites, Roman's new culinary micro-enterprise, brings you homemade meals.
On the outside, Farmers & Fishers is stark and contemporary, but inside it's surprisingly simplistic: a homage to the agricultural roots that gave the place its name.
Thursday night in the Colonials' home opener, GW dominated Coppin State from the opening tip and ended the game on a 63-42 win.
A government task force proposed cutting the Smithsonian's budget, which would set visitors back $7.50 for admission.
Prime Movers Media, the GW program that tutors underprivileged District high school students in journalism, will pair interns with the White House Correspondents' Association.
As Haiti grapples with the aftermath of a cholera outbreak, the GW Medical Center is facing its own obstacles of how to help the country. Since 2004 the University has been affiliated with Project Medishare, a nonprofit organization based in Miami that provides medical assistance to rural areas of Haiti.
Parts of the Foggy Bottom Campus have been designated high-crime areas, according to a report by the District of Columbia Crime Policy Institute.
Frequent riders are still complaining the Vern Express is slow and unreliable during off-peak hours.
A top Student Activities Center adviser who advises some of the largest student organizations announced that she will be leaving the University next month.. Assistant Director of SAC Bridgette Behling manages Welcome Week, the Excellence in Student Life Awards, Graduate Life and the Alternative Breaks program, among others, and is leaving GW Dec.
Steven Knapp is comfortable answering questions - he is quick on his feet, even when reporters push tough questions. He is in the limelight enough to be a media veteran.
Dr. James Scott, dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, announced his resignation for next semester, but University officials have declined to comment on the situation.
The director of the Exercise and Sport Activity Program fears the program's course offerings will be cut in half, as the program's main building will be demolished.
The College Democrats and College Republicans received a $40,000 co-sponsorship from the Student Association last week - the largest single co-sponsorship allocated this year.
Applications for the prestigious Presidential Administrative Fellowship program dropped 36 percent this year.