The Secret Service has put all buildings on 17th Street, including the headquarters of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, on lockdown following the incident.
An alumna of the high school targeted in last week’s shooting organized a vigil Wednesday night to remember the victims.
Mark Diaz, a budget and planning leader at the University of Miami, will serve as executive vice president and chief financial officer beginning in August.
Men’s basketball (13-15, 6-9 A-10) defeated Richmond 103–77 Wednesday, shooting a season-high 68.9 percent from the floor.
University President Thomas LeBlanc said he’s begun taking steps to improve employee morale and create a more service-oriented staff culture.
At their second meeting of the year, the Advisory Neighborhood Commission began to resolve past disputes with a local grocery.
The Student Association Senate rejected a bill Wednesday that would have created a review process for referendums appearing on the student election ballot.
The University began a pilot program earlier this month to send food trucks to the Virginia Science and Technology Campus.
Organizers say the event will allow students to develop important resources for vulnerable populations like the elderly and people with autism.
The reports were expected to be completed by last spring and form the basis of the senate’s effort to address affordability.
The Joint Elections Commission will allow prospective candidates to collect their required signatures through a form on Orgsync.
A team of researchers from the Milken Institute School of Public Health will lead an effort to determine the full death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Leaders of the group said alumni living abroad serve as valuable recruiters and mentors to international students at GW.
Start the weekend with a history lesson on an abolitionist icon, then play some board games on the National Mall.
It doesn’t take a transpacific flight bound to South Korea to cheer on athletes during the final week of the Winter Olympics.
At the press preview Wednesday night, the freshest looks came from designers with the least runway experience.
After graduating from GW decades ago, Christine Darden returned Tuesday evening to discuss the movie “Hidden Figures” – a film she was one of the inspirations behind.
As spring break approaches, flights to faraway places might be calling your name. But traveling on a student budget isn’t easy.
There is a lack of knowledge by students about exactly how to get involved in and conduct research in that field. But this needs to change.
While seniors aren’t required to live on campus, the University should be helping its upperclassmen live in cheaper campus housing.
We take seriously the concerns of all students with regards to the quality of our programs.
As juniors and seniors begin to plan their futures after graduation, we must remember that our worst-case scenarios are truly not as bad as we think.
A religious life center would provide a place for students to engage in worship, community activities and hold interfaith events with each other.
Before looking to the future, candidates need to evaluate the present administration and their new goals.
After a program-number of wins last season, softball players said they are motivated to return to the conference tournament.
Women’s basketball defeated Saint Joseph’s for its sixth victory in seven games Tuesday night in Philadelphia.
Both men’s and women’s track and field finished in last place of the Atlantic 10 Indoor Track Championships in Kingston, R.I. last weekend.
After early struggles put GW at the bottom of the Atlantic 10 standings, recent wins have players optimistic about the tournament.
The Colonials took the field for their last weekend with a starting lineup that included just four returning starters.
Men’s basketball defeated the Spiders 103–77 at the Smith Center Wednesday night.
About 70 students attended the vigil that was held in honor of the 17 victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. last week.
Officials have recently boosted the dining plan for undergraduate students, but graduate students say GW hasn’t done enough to alleviate their food insecurity.
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