The University announced that both UPD Chief RaShall Brackney and Assistant Michael Glaubach would be leaving their roles.
The new RA agreement no longer refers to RAs as “employees,” despite a federal ruling in April declaring that RAs are legal University workers.
After leading the athletic department for six years, Patrick Nero stepped down last month and Tanya Vogel was named acting athletic director.
In interviews, more than 35 students active on the page said the memes group offers a virtual, niche community for students to engage with each other.
A junior is looking to prevent drug-facilitated assaults through her company which will sell napkins that can detect if drinks are laced with rape drugs.
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.
The Innovation Corps program, Accelerate D.C., received additional funding from the National Science Foundation for eight start up teams in the D.C. community.
Kimberly Acquaviva, a professor of nursing, said she hopes the book will encourage health care professionals to create a more inclusive and accepting environment for LGBTQ patients.
The Faculty Senate on Friday passed two resolutions clarifying language in the faculty code to correct “glitches” that professors have encountered in recent years.
UPD responded to a report of an intoxicated female not affiliated with the University. EMeRG evaluated the individual, who became disorderly and uncooperative.
A new poke restaurant will replace Beef ‘N Bread in District House in the coming weeks.
Officers from the Metropolitan Police Department responded to a shooting at 23rd and Eye streets Tuesday night.
As it continues to expand, The Wharf – the District’s new Southwest waterfront development – is quickly becoming the trendiest spot for musicians.
Sophomore Ray Brown is one of many students attending Coachella this April, but unlike his classmates, he will be taking the stage.
A sophomore founded a national women’s empowerment movement called the Yes She Can Campaign during her first year of college.
Learn about alcohol while you’re sipping on a cocktail at a local bar or pick up painting skills from a professional at these spots this weekend.
Zen Taco, a restaurant that combines flavors from Latin America and Asia, will be opening its second location in the space that formerly housed Custom Fuel Pizza at 1747 Pennsylvania Ave. NW.
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.
It’s the start of a new year, and with that comes celebration for what is to come as well as reflection of what happened in the previous year. This week, there is local news that allows us to do both.
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.
The 54–53 loss dropped the Colonials to 7-9 on the year and 2-2 in the Atlantic 10, and snapped their two-game winning streak.
The Colonials (8-10, 1-4 A-10) allowed Richmond to shoot 58.0 percent from the field in a 78–68 loss on the road Saturday.
The Colonials (8-9, 1-3 A-10) scored just 45 points in a 27-point loss to Davidson (8-7, 3-1 A-10) on the road Wednesday night.
The venue provides an intimate viewing experience for guests with a capacity of about 250 people.
The Colonials (5-6) were defeated by the Hurricanes (9-0) 59–50 at home Saturday.
A prayer vigil took place at Saint Stephen Martyr Catholic Church Tuesday in commemoration of the 20 first-graders killed at the Sandy Hook School shooting in 2012.
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.