The firefighters accuse FEMS of being “a hostile work environment for Black women firefighters” by limiting pay increases and promotion opportunities.
GW will not move students who contract COVID-19 or whose roommates contract COVID-19 to a separate isolation space this upcoming academic year.
In Bocca al Lupo has brought about my new found love for Roman-style pizza, making this new spot the vital stop for a quick summer bite.
An MPD spokesperson said the crash took place on the 2100 block of Virginia Avenue, located near the CVS by the southern end of campus.
New openings this fall includes Tigerella, an Italian-inspired bar and restaurant, Alitiko, a Greek-inspired eatery, and Hippo Taco, an Asian-fusion restaurant.
Students gain access to free trips on Metrorail and Metrobus starting August 20 and will be able to pick up their U-Pass cards as early as August 18.
The pedestrian who died after being struck by a driver on the 2100 block of Virginia Avenue was identified by the Metropolitan Police Department Thursday.
The email states that cases of monkeypox among the GW community remain “very low,” but that it is important to understand how the virus spreads.
The Student Association Senate filled two vacancies in its final scheduled meeting of the summer on Monday.
The D.C. council’s transportation committee approved legislation to improve biker safety that will be on the city council’s agenda next month.
Two US Senators debated the economy, gun safety, the border and individual liberty at the Jack Morton Auditorium Monday.
The Governing Documents Committee Review Act will create an eight-person committee to “examine and evaluate” the current Student Association governing system
Blaming monkeypox on gay men and the inaccurate idea of a more sexual LGBTQ+ community fuels lies instead of slowing the disease.
While students eye the future of a storied residence hall with new glamor, darker headlines in D.C. overshadow the anticipation of their return to the city.
Amid record high traffic fatalities, the deaths of three cyclists and a pedestrian in D.C. this month exemplify the need for better, safer streets.
Hard-fought activism wins – Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is no longer teaching at GW.
Two D.C. buildings provide very different models on how city and University officials approach redevelopment.
While recent changes to GW’s Foggy Bottom Campus are no doubt improvements, this week’s headlines are a reminder that progress isn’t so simple.
“Bullet Train” is far from a perfect film, but it provides enough irreverent entertainment to earn the rank of a satisfying summer action movie.
Toki Underground illuminates an artistic, underground aspect of Japanese culture while craftily blending traditional Japanese and Taiwanese cuisine.
As summer draws to a close, check these items off your summer bucket list before falling victim to the stress of school-year preparation.
Visit the Portraits of Resilience exhibit Friday, tour the Phillips Collection Saturday and brush up on agriculture at the Botanic Garden Sunday.
Though it has everything you’d expect of a modest bakery, Pie Shop offers an unexpected twist – enjoy a sweet treat with a side of punk rock.
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.