The minimum wage for D.C. workers will increase from $15 per hour to $16.10 per hour for non-tipped employees.
For the child victims of gun violence across the nation, we must dare to dream of a better world that includes stricter, effective gun control measures.
The release states the provost’s office appointed five officials to new positions to strengthen academic excellence and the student experience.
Fifty student leaders signed an open letter calling on the University to remove Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas from its payroll.
Jared Abramson will join Brian Blake, the former provost and current president of Georgia State University, following three years at GW.
The brand new National Museum of the American Latino and Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum have a list of potential new sites.
Officials announced Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will continue teaching his constitutional law seminar after thousands called for his firing.
The petition, which has amassed more than 3,600 signatures, was made in response to the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The announcement marks the second step in the search since Board Chair Speights announced the formation of the presidential search committee in April.
D.C. residents over the age of 21 will be able to “self-certify” their need for medical marijuana without first receiving a doctor’s recommendation.
Student Association Senators passed legislation to expand the executive cabinet and filled senate and executive cabinet vacancies at their meeting Monday.
Protesters said the decision to end federal rights to abortion is not what the American public wants.
This past week, we saw one of the most disheartening headlines in recent history.
History has saddled GW with a brand that fails to reflect its values, and changing the Colonials moniker now would rectify that grave mistake.
Despite a few highlights, the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic and gun violence continue to cast a shadow over this summer.
More than a century and a half after the first celebration of Juneteenth, has the United States really moved forward at all?
One month into summer break, GW is changing things up. To catch you up on all the ups and downs, here’s the best and worst of this week’s headlines:
Robert White’s candidacy provides a break from the city’s past failures and an exciting vision of a more progressive and better future for all Washingtonians.
The three-day music fest brought a hard-hitting musical display that locals hadn’t seen since the pre-pandemic era.
Show your Pride at El Tamarindo in the bustling and inclusive neighborhood of Adams Morgan with a specialty cocktail raising money for local LGBTQ+ youth.
Since opening in May, the Thai eatery has already made its mark, claiming ownership of the best Thai food in D.C.
Trailblazing exhibitions and music festivals headline the District’s events this weekend, so enjoy these enriching celebrations surrounding Juneteenth.
The hidden gem of the District’s cafe scene is the downtown Asian-American owned Rose Ave Bakery, serving innovative pastries with Asian flavors.
Depositions and documents show a pattern of racist behaviors among the tennis team, which a former tennis player claims officials did little to prevent.
Lamont Franklin will oversee player development after managing scouting under former Head Coach Jamion Christian, according to a release Tuesday.
The athletic department is partnering with Bullpen Strategies, a firm that helps organizations increase profit through new strategies and practices.
The initiative comes as recent suicides and an overload of stress and burnout have raised mental health concerns for student-athletes across the country.
The Colonials collected three first-place finishes throughout the meet as four runners earned all-conference honors.
Alumna and Olympic medalist Elana Meyers Taylor delivered the Commencement address and received the President’s Medal.
As part of a now 14-year Commencement kickoff tradition, the Multicultural Student Services Center hosted its 2022 Graduation Celebration Thursday.
The Honor Flight Network brings veterans to D.C. each year for an all-expenses-paid trip to honor them and their service.
Nearly 6,200 graduates, joined by friends and family members, celebrated their hard work and accomplishments at Commencement on the National Mall.
Thousands of protesters gathered at the Supreme Court Tuesday after a POLITICO published a leaked draft of a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade Monday night.
Hundreds of protesters gathered near the Supreme Court after leaked documents showed the court voted to strike down the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
The GWU Sikh Student Association hosted a gathering in Kogan Plaza featuring a horse, music, dancers and food to showcase traditional Punjabi culture Sunday.
COAL + ICE, a large-scale immersive photography exhibit, will be open through the end of the week at The John F. Kennedy Center.
On this week’s episode of Getting to the Bottom of It, Host Sejal Govindarao discusses the spring semester’s top headlines.
On this week’s episode, Host Sarah Sachs takes us through some of the events from commencement weekend.
On this week’s episode of What’s New Buff and Blue, graduating seniors reflect on their favorite moments from the past four years.