Environmental activists blocked off some intersections Monday to press government officials to act upon rising temperatures across the globe.
Officials plan to enroll 17.3 percent fewer students from last year as part of a multiple-year plan to reduce enrollment.
LeBlanc joined three D.C. university presidents in advocating for D.C. statehood ahead of a congressional hearing on the issue.
Achieving LeBlanc’s four new pillars will be difficult to assess, fix and quantify if he does not specifically state his intended direction for GW.
Members of Green GW participated for the first time in the “Global Climate Strike” as part of a group effort to engage in more environmental activism.
GW Institute for Korean Studies faculty are launching an annual conference to spotlight North Korea’s economic issues.
A research team compiled a database of organisms that inhabit a healthy human gut to better understand how microbes facilitate bodily functions.
Law school officials made updates to several courses this semester to give students more opportunities to gain real-world experience in the legal field.
GW ranks in the top quarter of D.C. neighborhoods for the most sidewalk obstructions, according to a Greater Greater Washington analysis.
GW ranked lower than more than half of its peer schools in graduating low-income students, according to U.S. News and World Report.
MPD officers arrested a man who broke into the Smith Center and the fire department on G Street on the same night.
Student leaders are doubling down on efforts to change the University’s Colonials nickname.
Five senators have resigned from the SA since August, leaving the organization with 14 vacant seats.
Thousands of activists flocked to the streets of D.C. Friday to protest climate change at the global climate strike.
The basement of Nero Bar & Lounge is used for extra storage. But the space will soon be transformed into a speakeasy.
We tasted a bite of Baked & Wired’s and Georgetown Cupcake’s classic red velvet cupcakes to find out which cake wears the crown.
The District will be teeming this weekend with cinematic, historical and culinary inspiration.
Thip Khao, at 3462 14th St. NW in Columbia Heights, dishes out the Lao cuisine of northeast Thailand.
The lack of diversity among students and faculty at the medical school could contribute to inequality in health care down the road.
Instead of shrugging off the decline in rankings, GW must address its backslide and state how it plans to rise back up.
Officials should keep Lerner open during all hours of the day to ensure that the gym is always an option for students who need to de-stress.
Students should be at the front line of the strike Friday and join the push to address climate change.
Petty cannot continue to be accessible and available to students while juggling a slew of tasks at once.
Students have a right to know how officials view a contested label that is supposed to bring the community together.
The Colonials rank No. 1 in the A-10 in shots on goal (85) and in shots on goal per game with 10.63.
GW hammered just three of its 16 shots on goal, while Rhode Island launched eight of its 13 shots on goal.
Players said the experience helped them understand avenues to reduce stress, identify warning signs of mental illness and find proper ways to seek help.
Runners called the race a mock A-10 Championship, saying the competition was a look at what’s to come at the championship on Nov. 2.
GW is following a similar trajectory as last season’s championship team, holding an identical record through eight games.
Fiesta DC is an annual festival highlighting Latinx culture.
Students marched alongside thousands to protest governmental inaction on climate change.
Musician Cariel Coates connects with Foggy Bottom residents and students through street performances at the Foggy Bottom Metro stop.
On this week’s episode, D.C. statehood advocate Jesse Lovell talks about how universities have joined the movement.
On this week’s episode, assistant news editor Zach Schonfeld analyzes LeBlanc’s next steps for achieving his strategic initiatives.
“Getting to the Bottom of It” breaks down how sorority women ended up in hot water again after a sorority president’s racist Snapchat emerged.