The American Civil Liberties Union is mulling legal action against the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority over the authority's bag searches.
Monday, March 7, 2011
For senior Chris Lipinski, the Johns Hopkins 4K bike race across the country is a way of raising awareness of the trials that cancer patients have to face.
A D.C. councilmember introduced a bill last month that could make it easier for women in the District to gain access to birth control.
As GW wraps up its open cases against two Greek-life chapters, a top administrator warned Friday that further investigations into its 41 social chapters are forthcoming.
This weekend in "Butterflies are Free" Forbidden Planet Productions decided to recreate what it's like in the world for the blind.
To aid graduating seniors in liberal arts programs prepare for the workforce, the Career Center will provide weekly targeted resources to students.
The federal government escaped a seemingly imminent shutdown last week with the passage of a 2-week budget measure that enables the government to keep operating through March 18.
Faking it is the ultimate deception, the naked lie, the pinnacle of bedroom theatrics. For women, it's their little secret. Yet roughly one in every two women and one in every four men have faked it.
The Kennedy Center is in the final stages of a plan to renovate its riverfront terrace for pedestrians and visitors, after soliciting feedback from residents last month.
With budget cuts for national endowments to the arts and humanities, scholars in the field are turning to alternate sources of support for college programs and research.
When a student organization or large community on campus faces sanctions for breaking GW policy, the lack of information about what occurred and what purpose the punishment serves is disheartening.
The University made significant steps toward removing the $100 graduation fee charged to graduating seniors, after student leaders spent the year lobbying for the fee's removal.
There are three cardinal rules that, if perfected, can help master the art of being the third wheel.
Undergraduate students in two schools within the University will be the first to use a new online degree-auditing system designed to help students track their progress toward graduation.
The University has taken steps to promote diversity, such as creating a Council on Diversity and Inclusion and, most recently, installing a provost for diversity.
Some students want to go in a new direction for next year's keynote Commencement address, and are seeking Charlie Sheen to offer his advice to the Class of 2012.
Two SA candidates received two campaign violations respectively Thursday night, putting them four violations away from removal from the ballot.
The Colonials were in a position to win their women's water polo home opener against a local rival, but instead it was the Terrapins who earned the 10-7 victory.
The Colonials achieved a 60-58 win over Dayton Saturday afternoon. This win puts them in the first round of the Atlantic 10 Tournament Tuesday night.
Jabari Edwards's increased defensive presence has been invaluable for GW, contributing both to creating more offensive opportunities for the Colonials and shutting down their opponents.
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The most consistent thing about this year's batch of platforms for Student Association president and executive vice president is the inconsistency.
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The Hatchet caught up with GW's past three student body presidents to see how they fared after leaving Marvin Center 424.
Professors who express their personal political and religious views in the classroom need stronger protections, a national higher education group found.
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