With more than a dozen restaurant closings last year – including staples like J. Paul’s and Pier 2934 – Georgetown is a neighborhood in transition.
The outgoing leader of the medical school helped unite GW’s medical entities and made strides in diversity initiatives.
The University created a plan to make online content more user-friendly for individuals with disabilities, especially those with vision impairments.
Faculty said the results of a $300,000 institutional culture survey highlighted issues that they had already known for years.
The Colonials are the lowest-scoring team in the Atlantic 10 while also dishing out the least amount of assists of any team in the league.
The Independent Alumni Association of George Washington is starting its first international chapter in London next month, leaders said.
First-year students who sign up for District Connections will receive notices about free events around the District.
Leslie Jacobson, a longtime professor of theater, plans to retire at the end of this semester after more than 40 years at GW.
Duncan Bedlion, a double alumnus, was promoted to serve as commander of the Second District earlier this month.
The Indigenous Peoples March, the March for Life and the Women’s March all spread out around the District this weekend.
A male individual sleeping on a bench outside Ross Hall threatened a GWPD officer and urinated on the sidewalk.
A D.C. real estate company is taking the first steps to revamp The Shops at 2000 Penn into a modern public market.
Foggy Bottom residents say they support an effort to prohibit right turns at some red lights but are concerned that city officials won’t enforce the ban.
A sophomore is turning to Instagram to show that one person’s trash can be another person’s treasure.
Alex Toltzis, who graduated in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology, is the founder of GroupedU, an app that allows students to find study partners.
The Hip-Hop Museum D.C. is a free pop-up museum on display at Culture House at 700 Delaware Ave. SW through Feb. 18.
This weekend, you can dine out with a discount and check out images of dissent before finishing off your weekend with a twist on a classic fairytale.
As the winter months drag on, bars and restaurants around D.C. have a cure for the cold that infuses hot chocolate with liquor.
As the effects of the shutdown are becoming more and more apparent, it is clear that this isn’t really about national security.
Evans has shown time and time again that his own personal wealth and power take precedence over the best interests and needs of his constituents.
Reviewing LeBlanc and Maltzman is the first step in a process that makes the University feel less like a bureaucracy, but there is much more work to be done.
GW’s new orientation eliminates a financial burden on families and encourages camaraderie in the new freshman class.
Students want affordable and comfortable housing, but that’s not always an option at GW. And it’s past time that administrators listen to students’ needs.
Encouraging an open dialogue about studying abroad communicates to students that it’s OK to feel lonely or stressed during a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Sophomore forward Neila Luma has turned in back-to-back 22-point games for the Colonials and has stepped up as the team’s go-to scoring option.
The last time the Colonials went 2–7 in their opening nine matches was in the 2006-07 season when GW went 6–11 on the season.
Men’s squash swept the Ephs to grab a win while the bottom half of women’s squash’s ladder struggled in a loss.
The Colonials were down by 18 points in the first half but rallied to take a lead against Duquesne with a minute to go in regulation. The Dukes tied the game and took the win in extra time.
The Dukes are the third-highest scoring offense in the Atlantic 10 and lead the conference averaging 8.7 steals per contest.
The Dukes outscored the Colonials and closed out the game at the Smith Center with a final score of 91–85.
After allegations of anti-Semitism among Women’s March organizers and criticisms about the march’s intersectionality, some students decided to sit out this year’s march.
There were 36 total traffic deaths in D.C. last year and the number has increased every year since 2015.
On this week’s episode, listen to our news team talk about an update on the accessibility of GW websites.
On this week’s episode, listen to news editors explain changes to the programming, date and name of Colonial Inauguration.
On this week’s episode, listen to news editors talk about the dean of the student experience’s stay in residence halls.