The national organization of Pi Kappa Alpha suspended its GW chapter, according to an email from fraternity leaders and officials.
GW struggled to sink shots from three-point range, going 5-of-28 and finishing below its 32.4 percent season-average.
Senators said the reclamation process will occur in February rather than June so the SA can reallocate more money to other student groups.
GW’s ability to lead as a world-class institution and adequately educate its students is undermined by excluding sustainability in its core values.
The Detroit-style white pizza ($16) was loaded with blue cheese, red onions, EC Shaw sauce and fried chicken.
Provost Brian Blake said he formed the group – unofficially called the “Future Enrollment Task Force” – on Dec. 18 to evaluate enrollment scenarios.
Experts said that universities should push sustainability, but divesting is sometimes not seen as a sufficient countermeasure to climate change.
A couple is suing the GW Hospital for failing to treat the husband’s stroke, according to a lawsuit filed in the D.C. Superior Court last week.
Panelists discussed the future of international law at the Jacob Burns Law Library Wednesday.
A panel of students and experts discussed how colonialism affects students’ lives on campus at Funger Hall Tuesday.
A new pizza joint moved into the Mount Vernon Campus.
A man stole and destroyed a female staff member’s cell phone at Ross Hall after he was denied entrance to the building.
This week, 19 crimes occurred on campus, including a sexual assault on G Street and an assault on a police officer at the GW Hospital.
Watch a contemporary production of Swan Lake and purchase some artisan crafts in Dupont Underground.
The “Future Sketches” exhibit uses elements like light, animation and facial recognition software to show visitors an expressive augmented reality.
The campaign aims to provide students from socioeconomically marginalized backgrounds with insight into the lives of first-generation students.
You may not have the time, interest or money to watch every film, so we’ve compiled a list of noteworthy movies.
This pasta dish is an explosion of umami flavor that incorporates Italian tastes with Chinese XO sauce.
Professors should not require students to print out assignments because they can easily be emailed or submitted through Blackboard.
Phi Sigma Sigma’s withdrawal from recruitment shows that new members do not tolerate organizations with a racist past.
Biphobia, fear of bisexuality, is a threat to the bisexual community and can be helped by first acknowledging the problem.
It will be easier for Tate to improve campus safety measures if he has the trust of students and the broader GW community.
Candidates have proposed solutions to issues like homelessness and green transportation, but students should ultimately choose a person who will support them.
We looked at ourselves to measure how diversity impacts our coverage, and we know that decreasing enrollment will hurt both us and student organizations.
The Flyers crashed the boards hard and outrebounded the Colonials 40-18.
Nelson Jr. and Battle have served as two of the three players to see action in all 18 games this season.
By the end of the day, the Colonials nabbed first place finishes in 19 different events.
Taiwo bolted into A-10 play, garnering a career-high 14 rebounds against Fordham and a career-high 18 points in a victory over Duquesne.
The Colonials lost 4-3 to BYU in the first matchup between the two teams in over five years.
The Colonials lost against the Dayton Flyers 66–50 Wednesday.
Organizers from March On and a Women’s March discuss the importance of inclusivity in the Women’s March.
Artist Zach Lieberman unveiled “Future Sketches” at Artechouse Thursday. The exhibit intersects computer coding with visual art.
This week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” dives into the dead body that caused an uproar among some Foggy Bottom residents
This week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” looks back at the past five years of research in the Science and Engineering Hall.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” culture editor Sidney Lee gives some guidance for the holiday season ahead.