Thousands of demonstrators gathered to condemn President Donald Trump’s policies and celebrate the progress women have made in running for and winning political offices in the last year.
Michael Christian Woods, a junior studying political science and Africana studies, will compete against Mayor Bowser and two other candidates in the upcoming District mayoral race.
A faculty report recently found that Gelman could only seat 6 to 7 percent of the student body at a time.
Chief Information Officer Loretta Early announced at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that the University will decide the next management system within two years.
After personal experience, I now understand that students should research and keep in mind the customs of different countries before traveling abroad.
Members of GW Students for Life, GW Catholics and the GW College Republicans met in Kogan Plaza to join a large crowd of anti-abortion activists for the rally and ensuing march to the Supreme Court.
A University spokeswoman said the search is part of the University’s commitment to grow its programs and reputation around the world.
James Harnett is looking to create more student involvement with the community as part of his bid for a spot on the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission.
The group’s vice president suggested that minority students don’t attend AQWA events, according to a post from the organization’s president.
Tysheron Grant skates with his son, Cody, at the Washington Harbour Ice Rink.
As Congress faces an impending government shutdown, University officials said they are monitoring the situation to provide updates and resources to the community.
After serving a four-year term as chairman of the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission, Patrick Kennedy relinquished the role to Commissioner William Smith, previously the commission’s vice chairman.
Student leaders said that even though the campaign isn’t currently on track to meet its goal, the first semester was still successful.
Following a screening of a documentary, two journalists discussed race in media and law enforcement at a panel Thursday night in the Marvin Center Amphitheater.
Three top chefs and restaurateurs served up insight on the changing restaurant industry Thursday night in the Jack Morton Auditorium.
If you’re sick of Pop-Tarts from a box and craving some sugar, Ted’s Bulletin bakes homemade Ted’s Tarts fresh daily in a variety of flavors.
The truck has a range of 300 miles, a carrying capacity of 80,000 pounds and – unlike other gas guzzling long haul trucks – a zero emission electric engine.
The new spin studio, located at 1108 H St. NE, centers around a political theme with classes called “Core Value,” “Super Tuesday” and “Political Party.”
In order to create spaces where students will build a community, more inviting lounges should exist on upper floors of older residence halls.
Grab your hammer and chisel because it’s time that GW professors consider syllabi just as seriously as contracts.
The CHC and psychologists in the DMV area must do more to better support students seeking help for mental health issues.
So many vacancies in such a short time is not normal. LeBlanc and the University must be transparent about the plan to fill these positions.
There’s only one more week of winter break, and that means it’s time to get back to reality and prepare for the semester ahead.
The University should inform students, parents and guardians during housing selection which residence halls have around-the-clock security and which don’t.
The Colonials (9-11, 2-5 A-10) dropped its fifth game in six matchups and lost to VCU (12-8, 4-3 A-10) 87–63, despite shooting 70.0 percent from the field in the first half.
Following four consecutive losses, the Colonials (9-10, 2-4 A-10) defeated the Patriots after leading for the entire game and shooting 54.5 percent.
The Colonials (8-9, 3-2 A-10) were forced to rely on a late-game comeback after pulling ahead early on the road at Davidson.
The Colonials (8-10, 1-4 A-10) have gone 0-4 and fallen to the bottom of the Atlantic 10 after finishing December with a three-game winning streak.
After winning their conference title in 2017, the No. 25 Colonials are looking to take risks and compete on the national level this year.
About one year after the first Women’s March brought at least half a million marchers to the District, thousands of activists returned to march again this weekend.
Michael Christian Woods, a junior studying political science and Africana studies, will compete against D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and two other candidates in the upcoming District mayoral race.
After a four-game losing streak, men’s basketball scored its first win of 2018 against the Patriots in the Smith Center Wednesday.
News editors discuss a student’s invention for drug-facilitated assault and the University Police Department’s recent resignations.
Editors talk about Peter Konwerski’s impending exit from GW and the Student Association Senate’s progress this semester.
Listen to our editors discuss dining affordability on campus, the declining bee population and give some pie recommendations for the upcoming holiday season.