Shaw will return to teach and research within the Elliott School of International Affairs after serving in the role for more than two years.
Mark Esper, who received his doctorate degree from GW, was appointed secretary of the U.S. Army. Daniel Kaniewski, the founder of the University’s homeland security institute was named a top administrator in FEMA.
This week, volleyball and women’s soccer became the first two GW teams to release a schedule for the upcoming year.
The University is bringing in an outside law firm to review its polices surrounding sexual harassment, gender-based discrimination and sexual violence.
David Burt, 38, who twice graduated from GW, was sworn in as the new leader of Bermuda’s government Wednesday
Hundreds gathered on the National Mall in the blistering heat Saturday afternoon to protest federal proposals that would give students and their families easier access to public school alternatives.
DDOT plans to revamp Pennsylvania Avenue between Washington Circle and 17th Street by adding a cycle track and install bus lanes along H Street between 13th and 19th streets.
In a farewell letter, University President Steven Knapp thanked the the GW community for its support and detailed the legacy he hopes to leave behind.
Commissioners of the ANC unanimously opposed Effigy Nightclub’s license application after several business owners, community leaders and the police voiced opposition Wednesday night.
A woman was allegedly slapped, shoved and punched by her boyfriend in a simple assault behind the 24th Street hotel Thursday night.
Students Against Sexual Assault released a public letter requesting a meeting with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Candice Johnson, the acting assistant secretary of the Office of Civil Rights.
After a witness observed him asleep behind the wheel, MPD determined the man was under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and seized three beer containers and his vehicle.
The six-member team is competing in an international robotics competition this week after members’ visas were finally approved amid an international uproar.
Pleasant Pops, located in Adams Morgan and downtown D.C., has a large variety of flavors to satisfy any cold craving and help beat the D.C. heat this summer.
An alumnus and a master’s student teamed up to take a second look at overlooked, deformed fruit through their new health food company.
Impress your foodie friends with a history lesson on Southern cuisine or watch a free comedy show at the Kennedy Center this weekend.
Whether you belong to House Stark or House Lannister, the new Game of Thrones pop-up bar opening this week is sure to quench your thirst.
Hive, the newest exhibit at the National Building Museum, is creating a buzz with three oversized beehives for visitors to explore.
Viewers must remember that they are being fed something that is coming from the minds of writers and directors, not doctors and specialists.
GW recently implemented a new online learning management system, but having recently been exposed for fabricating their suspension rates, maybe it’s D.C. Public Schools that need a management system.
Students who feel fatigued by the constant barrage of bad news and the social media echo chamber should take breaks by spending less time on social media.
A new rehabilitation program for students facing alcohol and drug violations offers a way out of punishment, while the Metropolitan Police Department doubles down on arrests for public marijuana use.
Extending deadlines for the KACIF application would allow more students to have the opportunity to take unpaid internships.
The desire for a curated social media feed should not override the responsibility of giving public memorials the respect they deserve.
If D.C. is awarded the bid for the 2022 Gay Games, GW plans to use its facilities as event locations.
The nomination rounds out an impressive career for Raineri, who made program history in her final year as a Colonial.
GW Athletics announced the hiring of Sarah Bernson as the new volleyball head coach Wednesday.
Former Illinois guard D.J. Williams is now the seventh player to sign under head coach Maurice Joseph.
The Arlington County Board has approved plans to renovate Tucker Field. Renovations include a new clubhouse, locker facilities and indoor and outdoor batting cages.
As the largest first-year resident hall, Thurston Hall will be housing more than 1,000 students in the fall. Former Thurston Hall resident advisors discuss the dorm’s history and their favorite aspects of living in the building.
Check out Jazz in the Garden occurs every Friday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. this summer. Locals can listen to jazz, purchase refreshments from the Pavilion Café and celebrate the arts.
U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth told graduates of the Class of 2017 to “be humble” on the National Mall for the annual Commencement ceremony Sunday.