Jennifer Beatty is proud to be a pageant girl and is excited to compete for the coveted title of Miss DC.
After a job offer fell through, GW graduate Zach Cutlere decided to create his own company - a public relations and business development firm.
The GWorld touch pad might actually be the best thing since sliced bread.
Since she was three years old, Amanda Uhme has been trying to wrap her mind around suicide. When she came to college, Uhme finally learned how to discuss it.
For the cooking-challenged among us: Have no fear, Cristina Roman is here to make you dinner. GW Bites, Roman's new culinary micro-enterprise, brings you homemade meals.
On the outside, Farmers & Fishers is stark and contemporary, but inside it's surprisingly simplistic: a homage to the agricultural roots that gave the place its name.
On weekends, Lorenzo the Great, aka Professor Laurence Lipman, casts mysterious incantations, flabbergasting his fascinated audience at peewee birthday bonanzas.
GW's favorite spot for cheap drinks, Lucky Charms and the occasional "Jersey Shore" cast member made it onto the "25 More College Bars We Love" list.
While the University Police Department encourages students to exercise caution around the homeless, many remain unsure about how to interact with the homeless population on campus.
Wesley Thomas wakes up at 4 a.m., grabs his belongings and makes his way through the rush-hour throng around the Foggy Bottom Metro to his final destination: a sidewalk on the corner of 22 and I streets.
As Lorenzo unpacks the H street-based hotdog chart where he works, the crisp November morning reminds him of other mornings he spent on this street - when he lived there.
When my friend and I walked into Tandoori Time with a craving for a rich and piquant Indian dinner, the slouching waiter greeted us with much anticipation.
Sarah Jackson founded the Native American Student Association - GW's first undergraduate student organization focused on Native American culture - earlier this year.
Professor Steven Roberts, a self-proclaimed "old white guy from New Jersey," has been named fourth most interesting person in DC by Spotlight, an online newspaper.
Costumed students roamed the neighborhoods around the Mount Vernon Campus Saturday night knocking on people's doors not for candy, but for cans.
Even more awkward than running into exes on this 20,000-plus campus, are the run-ins with Eskimo brothers that I have accumulated as a result.
There are 17 of us on this study abroad program, and while we come from different places, we are all here for one reason - to make an impact.
On an average work day, David Jumper picks up celebrity musicians from the airport, oversees a sound check and takes care of any last minute problems.
The GW Hatchet takes a look at some of the spooky attractions around D.C., including D.C. Ghost Tours and the National Museum of Crime & Punishment's Fright at the Museum: Dead Men Walking
From the graffiti-adorned walls to the studded menu to the laid-back waiter who overuses the word "dude," this place is decidedly punk rock.
When sophomore Julie Rheinstrom decided to become a Segway tour guide last April, she didn't expect to learn the diameter of the Hirshhorn Museum.
What does a student liaison do? Wiley's main job is to be the voice of the students within the library system.
University spokeswoman Michelle Sherrard said GW has guidelines that everyone must follow before entering a room.
For the past 15 years, the ballroom dance team has trained students in various types of ballroom dances to compete at the local and national level.
The Foggy Bottom garden is home to a variety of fruits and vegetables, including eggplants, jalapeño peppers, squash, broccoli, tomatoes, zucchini, arugula and kale.
During my time in Surfers Paradise, Australia, I've been learning to live like the locals. This became increasingly apparent during my last beach trip.
I accepted the offer as soon as I heard the magical phrase "paid internship" and I quit as soon as I heard the words "toilet cleaning."
For junior Emily Wagner, forming a new club on campus was as simple as "love at first Scrab."