ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer will appear as a guest on the next Kalb Report March 22.
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty added credence to rumors that he will make a bid for the White House in 2012, while attempting to craft a presidential image discussing GOP hot topics.
District officials will start enforcing new recycling laws, which require all D.C. residents, apartment buildings and companies to recycle their trash.
Former Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., offered insight into the development of his signature financial reform bill Friday at the Jack Morton Auditorium.
When students rely on financial aid - both University aid and government funding - to help pay for their college educations, even the smallest drop in assistance can have a huge impact.
Despite its best efforts, the school is still missing a nucleus where students can gather - other than the library or J Street.
It is clear that GW can go one step further in how the University engages in community service.
John Dages responds to The Hatchet's Jan. 11 article entitled "Counseling Center changes policy."
Student athletes paired up with more than 100 Special Olympians from the D.C. area Saturday at the Smith Center, seeking to make a difference in the lives of special needs students in the community.
Christina Witkowicki began her job as the head of Greek life amid a hailstorm of allegations against five Greek-life chapters that have so far resulted in hazing charges.
Funding for a contract between the GW Medical Center and the city was cut for this fiscal year, as former Mayor Adrian Fenty sought to close D.C.'s $188 million budget deficit.
With its undefeated Atlantic 10 record still intact after the loss to Harvard, the Colonials' spot atop the early conference standings remains unchanged.
The University's Museum Studies Program is creating a residency program for museum workers in Iraq to train students to better preserve Iraqi artifacts and attract people.
Sophomore guard Danni Jackson's injury was a costly for GW, but head coach Mike Bozeman was focused on other issues after his team's 72-48 loss Saturday.
GW gymnastics opened up its 2011 season at home Sunday, starting strong with a second-place finish overall in the first of four home meets for the Colonials this season.
Students in the GW School of Business can look forward to more co-curricular activities, greater flexibility in courses and a stronger, more research-focused faculty.
Metro is searching for vendors to develop a new, chip-enabled fare system, but a University spokeswoman said there is no prospect for a GWorld-compatible card.
Prominent figures in today's media, business and politics convened in Lisner Auditorium Thursday night to discuss the future of American politics for a live broadcast of PBS' "The Tavis Smiley Show."
D.C. residents seeking medical marijuana are unable to obtain a prescription in the city, despite the legalization of the drug last summer.
An exhibit featuring whimsical doll vignettes and vibrant folk paintings tell the story of hope and tragedy in the lives of Magda Watts and Malcah Zeldis.
Armed with paintbrushes and cleaning supplies, students took to the halls of five low-income schools Monday to serve in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Three Greek-life chapters were formally charged with counts of hazing, providing alcohol to minors and underage consumption of alcohol, a University official confirmed Sunday night.
A former Howard University student is appealing a court decision that protects the District from a negligence lawsuit, stemming from a 2007 case.
If there's one thing that's never novel about the new year, it's those pesky "self-help" : resolutions that poison the minds of those celebrating such a joyous holiday. These senseless hopes and dreams seem to appear for about 10 days each January before dying off until the next year rolls around.
As the cast of this weekend's production of "The Comedy of Errors" poured months into perfecting the complex language of a William Shakespeare play, one note from its student-director stood out.
Funding for the Federal Pell Grant Program is facing a potential $5.7 billion funding cut, a move that experts say may force millions of students to turn to private lenders to fund their undergraduate educations.