Two secretaries from the Obama administration will be on campus Monday to unveil the government's freshest recommendations for healthy eating.
Monday, January 31, 2011
UPD officers apprehended two subjects after they allegedly attempted to steal thousands of dollars' worth of property from students' rooms in Mitchell Hall Thursday night.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences received more than 14,500 applications this year, continuing a decade-long increase in students seeking admission to the school.
Billed as a swimming contest between George Washington and George Mason, Senior Day Sunday at the Charles E. Smith Center became more of a celebration than an intense competition.
Sodexo unveiled plans for a "Meatless Monday" - an initiative to have a vegetarian-based entrée on the dining halls' menus each week.
Administrators involved in hazing investigations need to release more details about said hazings.
The Colonials came into Saturday afternoon's game against Saint Louis riding a four-game losing streak, but ultimately triumphed, 52-46.
GW must make an effort to find and punish hazing anywhere it exists - and not just in the Greek-life community.
Candidates for the upcoming SA election need to be aware that they serve as a lobbying group for the student body and cannot guarantee promises like SmartTrip on GWorld.
A response to "Putting SA Duties First (Jan. 2)"
GW Raas, GW Ballroom, Capital Funk, GW Chamak, Balance and GW Bhangra performed for an ecstatic audience and a panel of judges for the chance to win a $300 cash prize.
Dwayne Smith's game Saturday was a perfect example of the double threat the sophomore has become for the Colonials.
While GW bands don't always take the spotlight on campus, the Student Musicians Coalition set the stage for four student bands Friday at Mitchell Hall Theater.
GW is lobbying to up the number of beds in two townhouses on campus currently used for sorority housing.
Some residents of the Watergate complex fear new sycamore trees will obstruct their views of the Potomac River.
The stage seemed set for the women's basketball team to snap its losing streak Saturday night but they fell to La Salle 73-64.
The GW community gathered to celebrate the life of Eric Fatla - a first-year law student who passed away late December - Friday evening in the Jack Morton Auditorium.
Two undergraduate students are trying to make a better name for students in often-strained university and community relations.
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano?formally announced the color-coded national security alert system currently utilized by the country will be replaced with a new, two-tiered alert system.
Almost one-third of the full-time professors in SMPA are either retiring or leaving for sabbatical beginning next fall, forcing the school to hire new faculty.
A junior was allegedly assaulted Tuesday evening after visiting two bars in Georgetown, according to Metropolitan Police Department documents.
Fourteen GW students have watched their semester abroad turn into a firsthand account of historic upheaval.
Obtaining a 4-RIDE may become easier in the coming months, as the University works to finalize a contract to automate the shuttle service.
The University Honors Program will begin accepting rising sophomores next fall, reversing its two-year policy that barred everyone but incoming freshmen from entering the selective program.
Part-time professor Diego Fasolini is set to appear in federal court Tuesday, allowing his counsel to update the court on the progress of the professor's plea agreement.
Even as two of the largest fraternities on campus sat out of rush activities, more men accepted bids during the Interfraternity Council's spring rush this year.