Students are pushing back on the Trump administration’s recent approval of completing the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A School of Business adjunct faculty member was recently appointed the Secretary of the Department of Education in Puerto Rico.
Lobbying activities among colleges peaked in 2008, GW should spend money on federal lobbying activities again to fight for student interests.
A D.C. Department of Transportation proposal would lower the speed limit around residential areas and schools at certain times – including G Street.
GW’s research office will fund two postdoctoral fellows in a new program this year to bring in more training grants.
Neighbors railed against the proposal at a Foggy Bottom Association meeting Tuesday night, saying the noise from helicopters would create a nuisance.
Arts faculty drafted bylaws for the Corcoran School of Arts and Design to prepare for the merger of all arts programs by next fall.
University Police Department Chief RaShall Brackney spoke with students in the Marvin Center Tuesday night about the relationships among students of color and UPD officers on campus.
Some ANC commissioners said people do not use the current crosswalk toward 21st Street, which could potentially be removed.
More than 120 students attended a town hall meeting to discuss how student organizations are preventing campus sexual assault.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., will be the keynote speaker at Commencement this year, the University announced Tuesday.
A student reported to UPD that he was assaulted at an off-campus nightclub by another student who was later arrested.
Norma Loeser, the dean of the GW School of Government and Business Administration for 10 years, died earlier this month at the age of 94.
The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s latest exhibit is perfect for those in need of a new trendy Instagram photo or getaway.
For a recent alumnus, scrolling through GWork not only helped him find the perfect work study job but eventually led him to a spot on Forbes’ 30 Under 30.
Explore the secrets of D.C. politics, compete in a live version of Monopoly and celebrate celebrities in the District this weekend.
This week in music, soak up the unseasonable sunshine with these upbeat springtime jams by young artists.
In a city like D.C., there are people around every corner waiting to share their culture through food with District residents.
Just because Greek and Latin are not spoken anymore doesn’t mean they aren’t worth learning. Ancient languages are just as – if not more – valuable.
Even though immigration from my native country hasn’t been restricted, there’s immense uncertainty in the immigrant community.
If students could take more classes pass/fail, they’d be more likely to take classes outside of their requirements.
SA president and executive vice president candidates should design new strategies to tackle goals, and focus on what will affect the everyday lives of students.
Valentine’s Day wasn’t the only holiday this week. Galentine’s Day is a day for ladies to celebrate our female friendships.
Students should learn more about the heartland before they make assumptions about the people who live there.
Six months into his tenure as head coach, first-year head coach James DeFeo brings “new intensity and a new system” to GW softball.
With its four fourth-year veterans in the starting lineup, women’s basketball (19-8, 12-3 A-10) has gone undefeated in a season-best six-game winning streak.
The Colonials (14-13, 6-8 A-10) will host the Minutemen (13-14 , 3-11 A-10) Thursday with just four games remaining in the regular season.
Women’s basketball (20-8, 13-3 A-10) clinched its third straight regular-season A-10 title with a seventh straight win at Richmond Wednesday night.
After starting conference play 1-4, the Colonials have shown growth and have a shot to carry substantial momentum into the postseason.
Grace Street Coffee is an independent coffee shop in Georgetown. The cafe uniquely allows customers to choose their coffee beans, which are roasted on site.
The Colonials hosted cross-town rivals the George Mason Patriots at the Smith Center Saturday.
The picnic, which was hosted by the Washington National Cathedral, featured the GW Troubadours.