The University is extending its partnership with the Disney Institute as the service helps administrators improve institutional culture.
The University pays the 10th-highest amount of property taxes to the District, according to an annual D.C. finance report.
Officials at the School of Business are hiring a new consultant who will help international students find jobs after graduation.
The number of women participating in sorority recruitment this spring fell slightly, while fraternities saw a greater number of participants this year.
Opponents have been outrebounding the Colonials by an average of 10.0 rebounds per game in the last three contests.
The Faculty Senate passed two resolutions Friday clarifying language about faculty promotion processes.
The development and fundraising department of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences is looking to fill five open positions.
As of Jan. 15, EMeRG had responded to 376 total calls and transported 198 students to the hospital this fiscal year.
The GW Undergraduate Review now has 30 members, up from the three undergraduates who initially founded the publication last academic year.
The Institute for African Studies will kick off a new seminar series this week for faculty and students interested in modern African politics and culture.
William Barr, the former attorney general for George H.W. Bush who graduated from the law school in 1977, now serves as attorney general.
The resolution encourages DDOT to create a protected bike lane along 21st Street that will stretch from I Street to Constitution Avenue NW.
SA executive leaders said a resolution criticizing GW for spending $300,000 on an institutional culture survey last semester should have been tabled.
Begin your weekend on a sunset tour of the District’s most iconic monuments before heading to The Wharf to compete in winter games.
A biomedical engineering professor, Murray Loew, is using his science background to preserve historical archives.
Program Board announced it will host a “Pre-Fling” in University Yard featuring student performances in addition to the organization’s annual spring concert.
Using your GWorld may not be the most romantic thing to do, but vendors across campus are offering Valentine’s Day deals that are tough to pass up.
These restaurants in D.C. have seating options that allow you and your significant other to cuddle up next to each other this Valentine’s Day.
The Elliott School’s new major offers a chance for students to explore more than one type of study and become well-rounded students.
We are long overdue to show the institutional courage to at least study GW’s nickname and possible alternatives in an official way.
Hosting a gender minorities tournament will empower women and non-binary people to participate in the college debate community.
Swiping right shouldn’t take so much effort. But optimizing your Bumble range to weed out classmates and far-away schools is a chore.
Dating can be hard. But dating while being queer takes the trials and tribulations of dating to a whole other level.
A nosy father and luck brought me the right person. But years of challenges confirmed that I would return to the place it all began for commencement with him by my side.
The Colonials and the Billikens were tied 31–31 at halftime, but GW was held to 27 points on 8-for-24 shooting in the final frame.
Head coach Tracy Coyne said the team’s “bitterly disappointing” conference slate last season has motivated the Colonials to step up this year.
The Colonials are in the midst of a four-game losing streak, averaging just 42.5 points per game in the last four contests after averaging 61.3 points per game in the three games prior.
The Billikens are the strongest rebounding team in the Atlantic 10, averaging 39.8 boards per contest this season.
Head coach Gregg Ritchie said the team has more speed than it did last season thanks to new additions to the roster.
All proceeds support medical research towards curing neurofibromatosis.
The Guangdong Arts Troupe performed at The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage Friday to celebrate the Year of the Pig.
Robin Bell is a local artist known for projecting politically-charged art onto famous buildings like the Trump International Hotel.
On this week’s episode, our sports editor gives a sneak peek of what to expect for baseball and our contributing culture editor dishes on a new dating app.
On this week’s episode, the news team talks about how GW has changed since a racist Snapchat post circulated campus last year.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team talks about senior administrators stepping down and the launch of a new ethics office.