The SA Senate passed a resolution Monday encouraging the University to better allocate its funds after spending about $500,000 on University President Thomas LeBlanc’s Inauguration last week.
GW should implement and publicize policies and safeguards to prevent the compromising of studies and maintain impartiality.
Listen to our editors discuss dining affordability on campus, the declining bee population and give some pie recommendations for the upcoming holiday season.
Experts said the difference is likely cultural with international students often being more highly regarded at home for earning advanced degrees abroad.
Students said the new meal plan does not give them enough money to eat in the District, leading to skipped meals and an added strain on already-tight budgets.
Presidents of GW club sports teams said they are worried about finding new places to practice if the proposal passes.
While many campus buildings accessible to people with disabilities, students said many buildings still lack proper accommodations.
Researchers are puzzled after two of the 12 hives in GW Buzz’s apiary collapsed last month, killing hundreds of bees.
Philip Dela Cruz, a GW medical student, dances with fire for the Hawaii Club’s 20th annual luau in Kogan Plaza Thursday night.
University President Thomas LeBlanc’s inauguration is the latest in event to be broadcast to a global audience as part of a social media marketing strategy.
EMeRG assessed an intoxicated male student and transported him to the GW Hospital emergency room after he punched a hole in a wall in Thurston Hall.
Student-use of free monthly HIV testing at the student health center doubled from October to November this year.
Eve Zhurbinskiy, a Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood commissioner and senior said the current requirements discourage students from getting involved in community leadership.
Tanner Oates is the son of 1970s rockstar John Oates – known for starring in the rock duo Hall and Oates.
Pies may cover the countertops around Thanksgiving time, but you don’t need to go home to grab the perfect slice.
There are at least a dozen speakeasies across the District and the locals that flock to the secretive bars hidden around the area have the inside scoop.
Margaret Wroblewski has spent the past month photographing and interviewing women who have faced harassment in the Metro as part of a photography project.
Don’t miss well-known comedians and music performers as they roll through D.C. on their tours this weekend.
By further capitalizing on the campus’s infrastructure and resources, VSTC can finally carve out its own distinct niche as a key center for research.
To alleviate additional headaches for students with mono, GW should follow many other schools and classify mono as a temporary disability.
In future fall semesters, many of the chapters, particularly the fraternities, should plan more events for first-semester freshmen and better advertise them.
More student groups that work to empower different students should follow in FSU’s lead, by running their own version of a social media campaign.
If either bill is passed, in its current form or a similar form, it has real potential to significantly and tangibly hurt students.
Some women at GW Hospital are not being taken care of with the same level of standards as men when it comes to abdominal pain due to gender bias.
The Colonials (2-2) lost 67–65 to Rider (3-1) after turning the ball over with less than a minute to go Monday night.
The No. 2 seeded Colonials (17-11) defeated No. 4 seeded Wagner (14-17) 8–5 in Anapolis, Md. to secure the MAWPC title.
Although the Colonials play only about seven men deep, seven different players have scored at least nine points in a game.
Both men’s and women’s squash teams dropped both of their weekend matches against two of the nation’s top programs.
En route to a 65–54 victory over the Hoyas (2-1), GW (2-2) caused Georgetown to turn the ball over 17 times.
The Store opened last year in the basement of District House to help students struggling to afford food.
Sophomores on the dining plan would have to spend no more than $12 a day to make their dining dollars last for the entire semester.
In celebration of FotoWeekDC, an annual photography festival in the district, D.C.-based artist Katherine Akey led a cyanotype and handmade stencil workshop at Hillyer Art Space Saturday.
This week, news editors discuss how President Donald Trump is changing your courses’ curriculum and GW’s Virginia campus.
This week, two news editors discuss international student diversity on campus, and our contributing sports editor talks about the upcoming basketball season.
This week on “Getting to the Bottom of It,” hear about a new history course on the University’s previous ties with slavery.