2019-graduate Taylor Kane wrote “Rare Like Us,” which recounts her father’s death from a rare disease while she was a child.
Evans has filed to run in both the Democratic Party primary on June 2 and the special election on June 16 to fill the seat until the general election this fall.
Sophomore guard Maddie Loder said the vlog is a way to give people a glimpse into the lives of she and her teammates.
Economics and data privacy experts will host a conference on data in economic development at the Elliott School of International Affairs Friday.
The iconic dive bar Sign of the Whale is making its second comeback in two years – but this time, it will serve sushi and southern comfort food.
The Student Association Senate passed a resolution Monday calling on the University to distance itself from the fossil fuel industry.
Despite assurances from officials that planned changes to enrollment will not affect GW’s debt, faculty leaders are concerned about GW’s financial situation.
Experts said the next director should reach out to registered students and research the former director’s work over the past decade.
Library staff said they are encouraging students to write down how high textbook costs adversely affect their education.
The online master’s in business administration and graduate engineering programs are among the top 25 in the country, according to U.S. News and World Report.
GWPD officers responded to a report of a CVS shopping cart found in a Potomac House trash room. Officers returned the cart to CVS. The manager confirmed that the cart belonged to the store.
The U.S. News and World Report ranked GW’s online graduate nursing programs in the top 10 for the second straight year.
A researcher will use a new lab space to determine how their fish ancestors migrated from the ocean to land.
The minds behind Call Your Mother Deli and Timber Pizza Co. are bringing South American cuisine to an upcoming West End restaurant.
The Detroit-style white pizza ($16) was loaded with blue cheese, red onions, EC Shaw sauce and fried chicken.
Watch a contemporary production of Swan Lake and purchase some artisan crafts in Dupont Underground.
The “Future Sketches” exhibit uses elements like light, animation and facial recognition software to show visitors an expressive augmented reality.
The campaign aims to provide students from socioeconomically marginalized backgrounds with insight into the lives of first-generation students.
Grade inflation is a systemic problem, which is caused by the actions of professors and administrators, and it should be solved by them as well.
Students should be empowered to take responsibility for their own learning and use whatever method they find works the best for them.
Professors should not allow students to use technology in class to ensure that everyone is paying attention to the front of the classroom.
Professors should not require students to print out assignments because they can easily be emailed or submitted through Blackboard.
GW’s ability to lead as a world-class institution and adequately educate its students is undermined by excluding sustainability in its core values.
Phi Sigma Sigma’s withdrawal from recruitment shows that new members do not tolerate organizations with a racist past.
Paar ended the night with 10 points and 11 rebounds to complete his first career double-double.
Three freshmen – forward Chase Paar, forward Jamison Battle and guard Jameer Nelson Jr. – have started all seven A-10 contests.
Head coach Torrie Browning brought two new players into the fold – graduate student Jiaqing Mo and freshman Lara McNaughten.
GW jumped out to an early lead after the first rotation thanks to a 48.975 on the vault that matched its season-high performance from its opening meet.
The Flyers crashed the boards hard and outrebounded the Colonials 40-18.
The Colonials defeated the Massachusetts Minutewomen 50-47 after a neck-and-neck game Sunday.
Men’s basketball reached season-highs as a team and individually in its 85–69 win over Saint Joseph’s Saturday.
Students, staff and faculty celebrated the Year of the Rat on the Mount Vernon campus Saturday.
On this week’s episode, “Getting to the Bottom of It” talks with the academics editor about how the new administrator for the Mount Vernon campus is doing.
This week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” dives into the dead body that caused an uproar among some Foggy Bottom residents
This week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” looks back at the past five years of research in the Science and Engineering Hall.