More than 20 faculty members signed a petition this month requesting data about upcoming overhauls to the University’s academics and institutional culture.
Officials said “approximately 4,000” alumni and family members attended this year’s Colonials Weekend, up from about 3,000 attendees last year.
During fall break, face your fears on a haunted hayride and watch “Hocus Pocus” at the National Museum of American History.
One goal stood between winning and losing six times for men’s soccer this season – the most one-goal games through 13 matches since 2015.
The student organization will help build a network for students to talk through their experiences as transgender or non-binary individuals.
Multiple police officers responded to L Street Thursday after a man possibly holding a weapon sat on the edge of the roof of a construction site.
Mayor Muriel Bowser attended the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission’s monthly meeting Wednesday to field residents’ questions.
The first female four-star admiral in the U.S. Navy discussed gender equality in the military and in national security professions Tuesday.
An AIDS-focused research center in Milken is partnering with Puerto Rican public health scholars and officials to address the island’s HIV epidemic.
Officials began the donation campaign “One GW” with a reception at the F Street House late last month.
The MFA originally received the $20 million line of credit after spending three times its revenue in fiscal years 2015 and 2016.
A Milken professor said capping Medicare funds for graduate medical education can free up more than $1 billion.
Guthridge Hall residents lacked consistent hot water and water pressure this semester until last week, residents said.
The GW Fashion Club is hosting a fashion show with HBO later this month featuring outfits inspired by characters in the show “Euphoria.”
Students said the Newseum’s closing comes during a time of distrust toward news media, and its absence could cause people to forget the value of journalism.
Pie Sisters has everything from classic sweet tarts like cherry and pecan to savory pies like chicken pot pie and shepherd’s pie.
The sixth annual All Things Go Fall Classic music festival featured headliners Chvrches and Melanie Martinez.
Nearly 1,500 people packed into Lisner Saturday to hear Kanye West speak about his Christian faith and play drafts of songs from his upcoming album.
If officials want more student responses, they should know that complicated and time-consuming surveys may not garner much feedback.
True change-makers do not seek validation for their actions on social media but speak out because they wholeheartedly believe in a cause.
We may think we need diplomats and politicians to save the day, but we also need an adequate number of scientists and engineers.
YAF’s decision to elevate and amplify the voice of Knowles both condones his intolerant rhetoric and damages the prospect of actual debate.
Officials need to hold themselves accountable for student complaints about the health center’s quality of care.
Officials should keep advanced Spanish language classes to ensure students gain enough practice before graduation.
GW notched 20 shots on goal, well above its season average of 13.4 and Howard’s seven shots on the day.
After the CWPA split into two smaller conferences, players and coaches said GW and its competitors have leveled out the playing field.
The Colonials dropped their first game with the Billikens Friday and repeated the loss against the Flyers Saturday.
Sports law experts said the law sparks concern that conference schools that do not currently pay student-athletes could be at a disadvantage.
Players and head coach Shane Winkler said the team will rely on senior leadership to power through its fall slate.
Students for Indigenous and Native American Rights held an event in Kogan Plaza Monday to commemorate Indigenous People’s Day.
Dozens of people celebrated the National Cathedral’s annual fall festival Saturday with arts and crafts and vendors.
The “Tug of Wharf” event raised more than $4,000 for the American Cancer Society Saturday.
On this week’s episode, senior news editor Parth Kotak discusses the newest details on Provost Forrest Maltzman’s replacement.
On this week’s episode, sophomore Will Hoadley-Brill stops by to discuss a petition he launched to save three advanced Spanish language courses.
The history department chair discusses concerns that officials’ plan to grow the proportion of STEM majors will lead to decreased funds in non-STEM departments.