America’s first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in 99 years is less than a week away. If you can sneak away from work or your internship, here’s the best places around the DMV to check out the spectacle.
At a rally outside the White House Saturday, hundreds of protesters called for changes in police policies in minority communities and an end to high incarceration rates for blacks and Latinos in U.S. prisons.
At the same time, those interning in D.C. over the summer are likely to spend more than $6,000 during their stay
The Corcoran will now house seven arts programs, which previously existed as five art programs within CCAS.
Brigety said Trump’s remarks blaming “both sides” for violence at a white nationalist rally were “positively revolting” and he called on members of Trump’s cabinet to denounce their boss.
The affidavit was discovered by researchers in the program on Aug. 10 and provided insight into how the notorious terror group uses a global financial network to support its followers.
Black, Latina and Asian-American women were found to have higher levels of chemicals related to beauty products in their bodies than white women, a public health researcher found.
Student Association President Peak Sen Chua joined 159 student body leaders from across the country Tuesday in rallying behind students at the University of Virginia after a violent white nationalist rally near its campus in Charlottesville, Va.
Wendy Helgemo, a former adviser on Native American affairs to Sen. Harry Reid will lead the center, which aims to highlight research and education on Native populations.
University President Thomas LeBlanc released a statement condemning the acts of racism and hate in Charlottesville, Va.
The suspect approached a parking attendant and ordered him to lay down while he took money from the attendant’s booth, according to the alert.
GW hired Christina Franzino as the new assistant director for sexual assault prevention and response, a position vacant since January. Officials also filled two new positions in the Title IX office.
The ACLU, PETA, Milo Yiannopolous and the health network Carafem are all suing WMATA after the agency rejected their proposed advertisements for being too political or controversial.
In a weekend full of firsts, check out local filmmakers’ work on the big screen at the first D.C. Black Film Festival or catch an indie concert in a giant snowglobe.
This weekend, step on the stage at a poetry slam, workout at an outdoor bootcamp class then pig out at a food tasting or chill out at an off-Broadway production.
Neopol Savory Smokery has a diverse menu with a rotating selection of smoked foods, gourmet sandwiches and fresh salads.
With only a month of summer left, hit these three locations for chilling ghost stories, a magical scavenger hunt and some picturesque scenery.
Take advantage of the last month of summer in the District at these outdoor drinking destinations.
GW has hired new staff members for its Title IX office in what will hopefully lead to improvements. But Metro is doing anything but improve, they implemented new speed restrictions that will slow commute times.
It’s time GW revamps their research system to make it more accessible and student-friendly for undergraduates.
The launch of the new textbook sharing program shows that GW is making progress on affordability. But GW Hospital needs to take a look at its performance after failing to rank regionally and nationally.
For some students, the cost of attendance proves to be insurmountable with or without current financial aid programs. But there could be a solution.
One alumnus is proving that GW still educates politicians, while current students might make noise after they learned that they won’t be able to move straight into Fulbright Hall this fall.
The current restrictions implemented on gender-neutral housing put pressure on trans and nonbinary students, and changes must be made to improve this option.
Former men’s basketball forward Tyler Cavanaugh has signed an NBA contract with the Atlanta Hawks.
If D.C. is awarded the bid for the 2022 Gay Games, GW plans to use its facilities as event locations.
Guard Shandon Brown, who is set to graduate from the New Hampton School in New Hampshire, is the first men’s basketball recruit for the 2018 recruiting class.
GW was ranked fourth in the A-10 preseason poll released Wednesday, two spots lower than last year.
Barry King, who served as head coach at the women’s water polo program at Indiana for 19 years, was named head coach of both men’s and women’s water polo Monday.
Hundreds attend Truckeroo, a monthly festival held at The Bullpen, offering a variety of drinks, games, food trucks and live music.
As the largest first-year resident hall, Thurston Hall will be housing more than 1,000 students in the fall. Former Thurston Hall resident advisors discuss the dorm’s history and their favorite aspects of living in the building.
Check out Jazz in the Garden occurs every Friday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. this summer. Locals can listen to jazz, purchase refreshments from the Pavilion Café and celebrate the arts.