His cause of death was an abnormal heart rhythm known as a cardiac arrhythmia, which can occur when electrical impulses coordinating heartbeats don’t work properly, according to the Mayo Clinic. The arrhythmia was due to hyponatremic dehydration, the medical examiner said.
Keaton Marek was found dead at 24th and M streets. His professors said he was a compassionate and eager student, who was not afraid to debate his classmates. Marek graduated from GW with a degree in political science in May.
It’s a bird! It’s a crane! No, it’s Superdorm.
The University's crime log documents some of the interesting and outlandish rule violations occurring on campus every week, in addition to giving students a heads up on the serious crimes that have happened.
Got Greek letters on the brain? Always dreamed of singing “Wagon Wheel” on the patio of one of those townhouses you saw on your first tour of campus? Or just interested in learning the basics?
The phone numbers of five emergency services will now be listed on the back of new GWorld cards, a key part of Student Association President Andie Dowd’s campaign platform from earlier this year and the first checkmark on her overall goals.
Each student in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences can now choose from a lineup of academic advisers.
Many of the trips are part of semester-long courses where students spend a week or two weeks in another country with their professor and classmates.
Two University officials said in a meeting with a Fossil Free GW student leader on Friday that GW plans to respond to the group's call to remove its investments in fossil fuels in the fall, the student confirmed.
Media Credit: Nicole Radivilov | Hatchet Staff PhotographerPartygoers dance to a preset playlist on their headphones in a "silent disco" in Dupont Circle, where the only outside noise came the shuffling of feet and the occasional giggle. The event was held by With Love DC, a self-described "movement to spread love."
Mary Cheh, a Council member from Ward 3, passed emergency legislation last week prohibiting Pepco from shutting down a resident’s power during heat waves. The power utility would not cease services the day before, the day of or in any part of a sequence of days with a predicted temperature of more than 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
With debt payments outpacing financial foundation payment, University's financial health faces scrutiny
The University will pay about $83 million off its $1.7 billion debt next fiscal year, the highest-ever payment and an amount that outpaces the money it gains from its financial investments by about $11 million.
For the first time this year, officials have expanded training for freshmen during Colonial Inauguration from beyond information sessions taking place over the summer into the first week of school.
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If more than 2,000 alumni pull out their checkbooks before the end of the month, so will an anonymous donor — to write a five-figure check.
Been too distracted with senior year to keep up with your future college’s news? No worries — here’s a roundup of the biggest stories from the past academic year:
“It’s OK to say you love something, and I really love the George Washington University,” Johnson said.
There is a push to make the area more “vibrant.” With the 3,000 business in the Golden Triangle, some say it would benefit the community to convert some of the spaces into apartment buildings, adding more residential buildings to the area and attracting new types of businesses.
Students looking to join a fraternity will be “strongly encouraged” to attend an informational session covering cover the basics of what a fraternity is, a description of rush and the “core values” of GW Greek life before deciding to go through the formal rush process.
Knapp was paid about $1.12 million overall in fiscal year 2014, $170,000 less than the previous fiscal year.
The University cut its spending on international fundraising almost in half last fiscal year, marking a possible shifting focus in fundraising, experts say.
GW students are still seeing green on campus following a series of plans to continue making campus more sustainable.
GW’s budget to finance renovation and construction projects has increased by nearly 12 percent for next fiscal year, the Board of Trustees announced Friday.
Before GW’s archaeology students visit Kenya in person, they’re going to see it on their computer screens first.
Experts say that her experience in the city police force in Pittsburgh could help Brackney fill the communication gap between UPD and the Metropolitan Police Department, a problem that has led to dangerous communication errors between the departments in the past.
After an 18-year stint at GW, a professor at the School of Media and Public Affairs is retiring to start what he called the third chapter of his life.
James McFadden didn’t have much time for hobbies, his mother said. He was always too busy helping out anyone who asked.
An associate dean from the Elliott School of International Affairs will take the helm of a newly created international position in the provost’s office, the latest in a series of moves GW has taken to expand its global reach.