Pollster Cornell Belcher cited racial identity and animosity as one of the most important drivers of today’s party politics during an event Tuesday night at the Marvin Center.
An alumnus announced Wednesday night that he is considering running as a Republican for U.S. Senate, representing his home state Pennsylvania.
The decreases reflect the dropping numbers of overall crime in the Second District since the beginning of 2017.
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A contract worker at the Corcoran School of Arts and Design was fatally stabbed Tuesday afternoon, a University spokeswoman confirmed.
D.C. Fire and EMS put out a fire at the Consul at Columbia Plaza apartments Wednesday evening.
Family, University President Steven Knapp, Director of Admissions Costas Solomou and the Colonial mascot surprised 10 D.C. high school students with full rides to GW during class on Wednesday.
Student organizations began to announce their support for Student Association candidates this week.
A man was arrested for unlawful entry after he was found lying on the service grate on the 23rd Street side of Ross Hall Sunday evening.
Some panelists said that with Republicans in control of Congress and President Donald Trump in the White House, 2017 could be an important year for tax reform.
The Student Association Senate passed a bill requiring all senators to submit reports outlining their initiatives, progress and suggestions for their successor at their end of their term on Monday night.
Student Association candidates and their supporters were fired up early this morning to participate in the annual race for prime poster real-estate.
The Clark Charitable Foundation donated the money to honor the late GW trustees emeritus and founder of Clark Enterprises, A. James Clark.
Local food truck owners will be able to park and prep their food at the space in Northeast D.C.
The Textile Museum will bring African American fashion and history to campus with a new exhibit opening Saturday.
If you’ve decided to stay in the District for spring break you can still snag tickets to see Ali Wong, Migos and a weekend-long film festival.
Looking for tunes to shake up your spring break? These new tracks will spice up your road trip playlist.
A GW senior and recent graduate played a stripped down set with just two guitars and their vocal cords when they opened for country newcomer Brett Young.
Running for top SA positions requires disposable income and free time – two things many students don’t have.
The price jump from freshman year housing to upperclassmen housing makes GW unaffordable for some students.
Everyone gets sick once in a while, and it’s not OK to place the undue burden of getting official documentation on sick students.
International students study and live in this country – taking an American politics class helps us learn more about our temporary home.
Budget cuts have affected departments all across GW, but this specific cut will affect some students’ ability to work at GW.
GW’s current endowment investment structure might cost the University more money than the returns it yields.
Redshirt junior Jaren Sina announced Friday morning that he would not return to the men’s basketball program after graduating this spring, opting to pursue a professional career in Europe.
In a close game in which they consistently threatened to score, the Colonials failed to come up with timely hits to knock off the the Massachusetts Minutemen in their second Atlantic 10 game of the season Saturday.
Freshman forward Kevin Marfo has requested his release from the men’s basketball program, ESPN’s Adam Finkelstein reported Thursday.
Softball (13-11) won its third straight Tuesday after taking down Buffalo at home in a decisive doubleheader sweep.
The Colonials ended their season Monday night with a 80–71 loss to University of Illinois-Chicago in the quarterfinal of the College Basketball Invitational tournament.
The 2017 Student Association election campaign was in full swing Thursday at the Joint Elections Committee Debate.
Sweet Science Coffee in Adams Morgan combines art and science to make coffee.
Student Association election campaigns officially kicked off early Tuesday morning.