Thursday, April 14, 2011
A new venue in J Street will serve up curry and naan, after students voiced concerns about a lack of variety in the Marvin Center-based eatery.
The University reduced its net carbon emissions by nearly 3 percent over one year, making headway in its long-term goal of carbon neutrality.
The umbrella office that houses the University Police Department will begin to move its headquarters to the Academic Center this summer.
The association that oversees medical schools and colleges released preliminary recommendations to overhaul the Medical College Admission Test.
History will repeat itself in Lisner Downstage this week as the 14th Grade Players depict the legendary 1977 Nixon interviews.
Becky Reeves talks about her determination to join the GW Hatchet and the people who helped her feel at home in the townhouse.
With an ambitious staff and a fresh new website, GWTV hopes to widen the scope of its broadcasts by covering more off-campus news.
Hadley Malcolm how her time in Copenhagen brought her closer to the Hatchet, and how lucky she was to have gotten to help out at 2140 G St.
The Colonials are one of 16 teams in the USA Rugby Division II playoffs in San Diego, Calif. leaving only four victories between them and the championship.
The developer for the West End Library and Engine 1 fire station discussed design plans for the two properties Monday night at a West End Library Friends meeting.
GW researchers and administrators will participate in a conference called TechStorm this June to push inventions created through University research to entrepreneurs.
Andres Pumariega is leaving his mark on the Colonials' record book as the only golfer to win three straight individual tournaments.
Three generations of interior design students have plans for a sustainable healthcare clinic in Haiti, revealed by interior design professor Nadia Volchansky.
Apartments at The Avenue are hundreds of dollars more expensive than other area housing options, with an average rent of $3,400 per month excluding utilities.
As the family of a student who took his own life in City Hall is notified of its loved one's death, we find any discussion of what's next to be trite compared to the loss the GW community feels as a whole.
It's odd to try to encapsulate your entire life in one page. No matter how big you make the margins, how small you make the font, or how creative you are in spacing, you're going to need to make some tough choices
As GW seniors begin to obsess over jobs, Tax Day should serve as a daunting reminder of what we're getting ourselves into.
A response to to the column by Doug Cohen, "Can't live with summer housing" (March 28, pg. 4)
The University restored its recognition of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, a fraternity that has been operating as an unrecognized chapter at GW since the mid 1990s.
A male student was found dead in City Hall Wednesday afternoon, in what Metropolitan Police Department officers are classifying as a suicide.
An investigation into a rodent infestation in the Woodhull House is ongoing, an official from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration said.
A freshman filed a lawsuit against the University Friday, alleging unfair disciplinary hearings wrongfully found him guilty of sexual assault, and led to an unfair suspension from school.
The Senate Finance Committee will be required to distribute 85 percent of the SA's funding to student organizations during initial allocations starting this fall.
Program Board received the go-ahead to serve alcohol at this year's Spring Fling 2011.
A former part-time Italian language professor pled guilty to one count of possession of child pornography Wednesday morning.
President Barack Obama rebuked Republican budget proposals Wednesday in a speech at Jack Morton Auditorium, calling for both tax hikes on the wealthy and spending cuts.
Representatives from NASA, local educators and business moguls will join New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on stage for the University's Commencement ceremonies in May.