An alumna and sexual assault survivor who led a public effort to expel her assailant last spring is taking her case to the federal government.
When you’re ready to swap your heavy textbooks for some light reading, head to these bookstores around the District.
The University should streamline the process for applying to FWS jobs and provide more support for students so it is easier for them to access their FWS aid.
University President Thomas LeBlanc said the University would continue using one major aspect of Obama-era federal Title IX protections even after the Education Department withdrew those guidelines last week.
Graduate student organizers released a letter publicly Monday imploring other student workers to join the effort.
A new student-support system in the nursing school will help students develop strategies to physically and emotionally caring for themselves.
UPD Chief RaShall Brackney said students’ curiosity about the vehicles helps build stronger connections through more interaction with police.
There are no medieval history courses being taught this semester after faculty qualified to teach those classes left the University.
Boston Properties, which is leading the planned commercial and retail redevelopment at 2100 Pennsylvania Ave., is funding five local projects.
The suspect, a Hispanic man riding a white bike, was last seen in the area at 2:30 a.m.
The CVS store manager contacted UPD concerning fraudulent charges made to the GWorld accounts of three students.
GW has already given out 68 notices banning individuals from campus property this year, compared to 58 in all of 2016.
Some faculty said they face an uncertain future after being moved out of their offices to make way for top officials relocating from Rice Hall.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, a well known midwestern artisan ice cream shop, made its east coast debut in D.C. Monday and will hand out free scoops for its grand opening next week.
Eavesdropping in a Duques Hall bathroom showed a GW alumna that her business idea for a disposable, single-use makeup palette was a reachable reality.
D.C. Fashion Week’s NextGen fashion show featured 13 designers who are currently enrolled in college and working on their fashion lines on the side.
Laoban Dumplings, a pop-up dumpling shop, is set to open up a small storefront in Foggy Bottom.
Save money and head to free events like wandering through the Art All Night festival or checking out the vendors at the D.C. State Fair.
In the future, the University should be more open and take a clearer stance during investigations and when releasing statements.
Given the nuisance caused by requiring students to tap into their own residence hall, the University should grant all-tap access to its students.
With a larger budget, Alternative Breaks could complete service work internationally while also giving more financially to communities in need.
My research has never involved looking up a potential professor on LinkedIn or Googling them, but I’ve realized this semester that it definitely should.
Fitness classes at HelWell should be free for students to encourage them to stay active and relieve unnecessary cost.
The University should make a serious effort to improve the campus experience for veteran students.
The Colonials started their fall season Sunday afternoon, racing in the Open Eight and Four-With.
The Colonials could not pull out a winning weekend, despite outscoring their opponents by a combined one goal.
The 2017 Paradise Jam basketball tournament – originally located in the U.S. Virgin Islands – was moved this week.
The Colonials scored the only goal of the afternoon on a penalty kick and moved to 3-4-1 on the season.
The Colonials lost their first Atlantic 10 game 4–3 to George Mason after a high-scoring first half.
Art All Night is a one-night art festival featuring art in six D.C. neighborhoods. Dupont exhibitions were featured at 18 different locations throughout the neighborhood.
The Shaw district celebrated D.C.’s free overnight arts festival with local artists presenting their work in Blagden Alley Sunday.
Eid al-Adha was officially celebrated this year on Sept. 1, and the Pakistani Students’ Association hosted an event Friday in the Marvin Center to commemorate the holiday.