Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., discussed democratic socialism and income inequality at the Marvin Center Wednesday.
Amid disagreement over a planned expansion of GW Hospital, officials may seek a new deal with the hospital’s operator, Universal Health Services.
Sociology professor Xolela Mangcu will be the first African author to write a biography about former South African president Nelson Mandela.
Walk to the Flagg Building Friday for a new Corcoran exhibition, visit D.C.’s inaugural Strawberry Festival and poke fun at President Donald Trump’s tweets.
GW will retire its scoreboard after nearly a decade in the Smith Center’s rafters.
WMATA officials told The Washington Post that D.C. should enforce fare evasion fine payments, while D.C. officials insisted it was Metro’s responsibility.
Students, faculty, staff and 2019 graduates can use their GW email and password beginning later this month to access GWeb.
Two people stole baby formula from CVS at the Shops at 2000 Penn Friday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department Report.
MicroTransit, a D.C.-sponsored mobile application that piloted last month, is offering free rides around D.C. until October.
A person broke into a car and stole several items outside the Residences on the Avenue on Friday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department Report.
A person stole several items from CVS Tuesday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department Report.
Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested a man in the Marvin Center Tuesday for unlawfully entering University property.
The medical school and Semmelweis University aim to collaborate on research plans and submit joint grant proposals.
Throughout June, Roy Boys is whipping up “Rainbow Crunch” ice cream tacos to honor Pride Month.
Thousands of onlookers and marchers flooded the streets of Dupont Circle for the annual Capital Pride Parade Saturday.
Fried fresh and topped with pickled onion slaw and lime crema, The District Fishwife’s shrimp tacos are our pick for dish of the week.
Liven up your weekend with some local jazz Friday, followed by the annual gay pride parade in Dupont Circle Saturday.
Start the weekend off celebrating LGBTQ rights. Then, ease into June with a night of dancing at The Wharf.
While Jack Evans’ growing competition might dim his chances of reelection, another top administrator is packing up her bags.
Students who want a smaller, more intimate class that does not take up too much free time should enroll in a summer course.
While the GW Research Studies Center came under fire for alleged right-wing bias, SEAS has a new incoming dean.
A new study found that school mascots hinder campus community and decrease donations, and the University lost another administrator.
With a new coach and a full roster, men’s basketball has everything it needs to rebuild and convince the GW community that it can be a winning team.
After many heated arguments and some frustrated tears, my freshman year has taught me that I’m not really the Republican that I thought I was.
The pair extended the Colonials’ streak of sending multiple players to the ABCA/Rawlings East All-Regional teams to four years.
Levin became the eighth player in program history and the first since 2004 to grab the honor during his freshman season.
Fassnacht and D’Alessandro extended the Colonials’ streak of drafting players to the MLB to five consecutive years.
Senior point guard DJ Williams will transfer out of the men’s basketball program after spending one season with the Colonials.
The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper named Fassnacht to the Third Team as one of four shortstops.
Thousands gathered for the annual Capital Pride Parade Saturday to celebrate LGBTQ identities.
Graduating editors took some time to reflect on their experiences at The Hatchet.
Dozens of embassies opened their doors to the public Saturday to hold tours and showcase performances.
On this week’s episode, assistant news editor Lia DeGroot recounts the Class of 2019’s graduation ceremony on the National Mall.
Assistant news editor Jared Gans spoke with more than 15 faculty and staff who have complained about conditions in the psychology department building.
Student Association President Ashley Le talks about her work with administrators and SA leaders to cut costs of printing, laundry and rental rooms.