The University is in talks with its food service provider to remove the Wendy's location in J Street.
Monday, May 9, 2011
The University is denying a freshman's allegations that Student Judicial Services conducted flawed hearings and falsely found him guilty of sexual assault.
A former softball player is suing GW after the school stopped paying to treat injuries she sustained during her sporting career at the University.
If knowledge is power then the University administration has demonstrated it singularly wields all authority on campus.
Earlier this year, an economics professor found that the University invests less in academic instruction than any other area schools do.
While capitalism has been the vaunted soundtrack to our American lifestyle for decades, the discussion had somehow remained on the sidelines when in reference to liberal arts education.
The Department of Philosophy will remain on Foggy Bottom in light of faculty resistance to last month's decision to move the department to the Mount Vernon Campus.
GW is considering changes to its mandatory dining program, but decisions will not be made until the University can assess the effects The Avenue complex will have on student dining.
A University Police Department officer apprehended a suspected bicycle thief in the act Tuesday during a plainclothes operation.
Student Activities Center and the GW Housing Programs will see broad changes in their leadership structure this fall.
Seven graduating seniors have been selected as the newest batch of Presidential Administrative Fellows.
Students seeking full-time jobs after graduation will face a more optimistic job market this year, as the National Association of Colleges and Employers predicts a nearly 20 percent rise in hiring of graduates.
A professor of English and human sciences was selected as a prestigious Guggenheim Fellow, one of 180 selected this year.
The Metropolitan Police Department is piloting an anti-littering program to keep streets tidy in D.C.'s Fourth District.
After a career at the University spanning 44 years, Professor Peter Bock of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is retiring at the end of the 2010-2011 academic year.
Trip Stewart graduated in December but said his departure from the University won't feel official until he walks across the stage to receive his diploma May 14.
The Smith Center will be used as a rain location if the University-wide Commencement ceremonies on the National Mall are moved indoors by dangerous weather.
As the first in her family to graduate from college, Nicole Callahan said her experiences at GW made her want to help others realize their potential to get a degree
Hannah Stuart was attracted to GW's athletic department and the School of Engineering and Applied Science while looking at colleges when she was in high school.
Although Calder Stembel is graduating this year, he hopes his time at GW will only be his first of many experiences with students and academics.
Kathleen Fallon has brought new meaning to advocacy through her tireless work for the advancement of human rights internationally.
Micah Foster always loved "building stuff," but he never imagined his work in mechanical engineering would lead him to conducting research with NASA.
Sally Nuamah considered herself an advocate before coming to college, but she wasn't able to anticipate how politically energized GW was before her freshman year.
As Dhruv Choudhry prepares to graduate from one of the most cosmopolitan universities in the country, he hopes to dedicate the rest of his life to the health of rural populations around the world.
Although her life has gotten infinitely busier since she left Largo, Fla. four years ago, Hannah Ziegler said the sacrifice allowed her to combine her passion for dance with science and teaching.
Sarah Leibach had an itch for nonprofit work, but couldn't find an organization to meet her interests. So she started her own.
When Brendon Kelliher started playing baseball, the bat was bigger than he was. The Sandwich, Mass., native eventually filled out and developed his talents on the field.
Peter and Kristi Balazy didn't want to scour campus with their noses to the ground to search for the bricks etched with their names.
Graduates attending the University-wide Commencement ceremony will face lighter security measures compared to last year's.
Four seniors on the men's tennis team still have one last brand-new experience to check off in their undergraduate careers: the 2011 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championships.
Junior Melissa Eddison, current president of the Food Justice Alliance, wants students to get better acquainted with their food.
A University police officer, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the number of daily patrols the department conducts saw a significant dip this year.
The head coach at the University of Vermont will take to the sidelines at GW next season, bringing with him a record of success.
The University is re-examining the University Counseling Center fee structure after a junior committed suicide on campus last month.
Trains, the Oscars, "Saturday Night Live" and numbers. Ranging from the red carpet to railroads, themes from this summer's D.C film festivals span every genre.
A sense of humor and linen pants can get you through some of the toughest times.
The Graduate School of Political Management named a new interim executive director last week, marking the second temporary leader to helm the school as it searches for a permanent replacement.