More than 10 SMPA students said the new equipment will allow them to expand their skills in technical production and help them with class assignments.
The GW Hospital is the first in the United States to use augmented reality technology to project MRI and CT scans onto patients in surgical procedures.
GW is following a similar trajectory as last season’s championship team, holding an identical record through eight games.
The District will be teeming this weekend with cinematic, historical and culinary inspiration.
After more than a year of negotiations, DDOT officials have decided on a route for a protected bike lane running through Foggy Bottom.
GW allows students to waive vaccination requirements for medical and religious reasons, but experts say officials should be more strict.
Experts said the Student Research Commons website may increase interdisciplinary research at GW by raising awareness about available opportunities.
Participants of the first Summer Startup Accelerator cohort said the program connected them with mentors who helped refine their businesses.
A group of students is establishing GW Folklorico, named after a traditional Mexican dance, to highlight and celebrate Latinx community.
The Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies program will begin holding brown bag seminars next month to allow students and faculty to discuss their research.
A local governing body met Wednesday night to vote on a plan that will permit the University to house students off campus while Thurston Hall is renovated.
GW Women in Economics plans to create a mentorship program with female alumni in economics and host professional development workshops.
In a letter sent to the House Oversight Committee, LeBlanc said the lack of federal representation for D.C. “stifles” GW’s progress in research and innovation.
Thip Khao, at 3462 14th St. NW in Columbia Heights, dishes out the Lao cuisine of northeast Thailand.
A 14-year-old freshman, Curtis Lawrence, is making history this year as one of the youngest full-time students to attend the University.
Cariel Coates spends more than seven hours in a day singing at the Foggy Bottom Metro station every week.
After a nearly year-long vacancy, The Textile Museum has a new curator of contemporary art.
Sing your heart out at a “Hamilton” musical sing-along Friday night, and celebrate fashion and fabrics at the Textile Museum Saturday.
Officials should keep Lerner open during all hours of the day to ensure that the gym is always an option for students who need to de-stress.
Students should be at the front line of the strike Friday and join the push to address climate change.
Petty cannot continue to be accessible and available to students while juggling a slew of tasks at once.
Students have a right to know how officials view a contested label that is supposed to bring the community together.
Panhel chapters should not look at the ban as a slap on the wrist or as a timeout but should use the semester to improve sorority culture.
Sharing non-normative pronouns essentially becomes a public coming out that trans students have to endure every day.
Runners called the race a mock A-10 Championship, saying the competition was a look at what’s to come at the championship on Nov. 2.
The Colonials (2-2-1) defeated Brown (1-2) after gaining an early lead in the first half.
The Colonials were scoreless after three games but recently captured two victories against Liberty and Brown.
The 2019-20 school year features 13 graduate students across both men’s and women’s sports, up from two graduate student-athletes the previous season.
Sailors said the first competitions of the season allowed them to shake off the rust from the offseason and helped several new sailors ease into the year.
Musician Cariel Coates connects with Foggy Bottom residents and students through street performances at the Foggy Bottom Metro stop.
Curtis Lawrence speaks about his path from School Without Walls to GW at 14 years old.
Students and officials honored the victims of 9/11 in a memorial service in the Marvin Center Wednesday.
On this week’s episode, assistant news editor Zach Schonfeld analyzes LeBlanc’s next steps for achieving his strategic initiatives.
“Getting to the Bottom of It” breaks down how sorority women ended up in hot water again after a sorority president’s racist Snapchat emerged.
“Getting to the Bottom of It” checks in with professor Dave Karpf in the aftermath of his Twitter battle with New York Times columnist Bret Stephens.