About 150 people gathered outside the Department of Education for a candlelight vigil supporting survivors and demanding that Obama-era Title IX enforcement policies stay in effect.
As the law school implements several new diversity measures this year, faculty say they haven’t been told anything about them.
The plan now heads to the D.C. Council for approval, which could overturn a longtime law banning new helipads in residential areas
For the first time, reports from Board committees like academic affairs, finance and government and nominations were delivered during the public portion of the meeting.
Members of the group gathered in the public viewing area of the meeting wearing white T-shirts emblazoned with the word “divest.”
The leaders of the Student Association, Residence Hall Association, Class Council and Program Board held a joint town hall Wednesday to field questions and comments from the student body.
Officials said up to 70 percent of students who committed to attending a career event haven’t shown up in recent weeks.
RHA officials said the jump in student participation is likely linked to increased outreach and a new rule regulating how students can run for council spot.
A group of students formed a partnership with the Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service to raise money for hurricane victims.
Experts said the search will give LeBlanc the opportunity to start assembling his team at GW in an area that he has already made a major focal point.
The University Police Department arrested a man for unlawful entry in the Marvin Center Wednesday
Rape cases on the Mount Vernon Campus rose last year to the highest point in at least five years, an increase experts said could be linked to more mental health resources.
Gabriel Slifka was called up for active-duty service in the U.S. Army Reserves, prompting an immediate external search for his replacement.
Junior Jazmin Kay and sophomore Jen Rubino were featured on the annual 22 Under 22 Most Inspiring College Women list published by Her Campus Media last week.
Hen Quarter exudes Southern charm with wood accents, bright white lights and unforgettable chicken and waffles.
Explore D.C.’s wide array of cultural activities this weekend with a classic improv comedy show or support the LGBTQ community at local film festival.
Quad, a free mobile app launched Wednesday, will provide the Foggy Bottom and Georgetown neighborhoods with “a la carte” fitness.
Shop Made In D.C. officially opens Thursday, but D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser kicked off a pre-opening event at the store Monday morning.
GW should improve its free tutoring service to students on campus by adding more hours and better trained staff members to lead the sessions year round.
Looking into Mexico’s history, mass shootings like the ones in the U.S. are rare. But that didn’t stop bullet holes from being building decor in my old town.
GW should be on par with its peer schools and offer more avenues for appeal so that the Title IX office can handle complaints more effectively.
GW should partner with more restaurants that specifically cater to all the different cultures we see on campus.
The more guns on campus, the greater the risk to students. Reminding people to leave their guns at home when they come to GW could save someone’s life.
As an academic community, we do not have anything to learn from Bolsonaro. I hope next time the Brazil Initiative will think harder about how they use the power of our institution.
From dunk contests to dance-offs, men’s and women’s basketball kicked off the 2017-18 season at Colonial Madness Friday.
The Colonials (7-6-2, 4-2-0 A-10) defeated Davidson 2–0 for their second consecutive victory Wednesday afternoon.
The Colonials were slated at No. 11 in the preseason poll and senior guard Yuta Watanabe was named to two preseason teams.
Kate O’Byrne and Laurel Wain are the only female student-athletes on a men’s team in the Class of 2021.
Men’s and women’s swimming and diving went undefeated Saturday in their first dual meet of the year at Howard.
Sexual assault survivors and allies gathered at the U.S. Department of Education Thursday to attend a candlelight vigil in a demonstration of solidarity with survivors of sexual violence on college campuses.
A local Mexican restaurant hosted an instructional art party to teach participants how to paint Day of the Dead-themed pumpkins to celebrate Halloween and Latin culture Wednesday.
About 30 survivors came out to My Sister’s Place to write their stories on white t-shirts and raise awareness about available resources.