At the start of the scrimmage, the GW College Democrats team wore yellow shirts with slogans like “Divest Now” as they ran onto the court.
Mexicue’s Mexican riffs on dishes like mac & cheese might have you changing your plans for taco Tuesdays.
The Faculty Assembly unanimously approved the Faculty Senate’s actions throughout the past semester to collect information related to the 20/30 Plan.
Four Colonials reached double-digits, with redshirt senior guard Armel Potter and junior guard Maceo Jack leading the charge with 17 points apiece.
Student Association leaders released the organization’s first analytical report outlining campus areas in need of accessibility-friendly improvements Monday.
Researchers in the Graduate School of Political Management said the election model makes projections independent of polling data.
GW sits in an area of the city with some of the best roadways for walking, a study from the D.C. Policy Institute found.
Kirsten Martin, the newly appointed professor of business ethics, said the dean’s office approached her about filling the position.
Higher education experts said the provost’s proposed policy will improve GW’s academic standing but must be backed with resources to help student succeed.
The Store now offers toiletries like shampoo, soap and toothbrushes and feminine hygiene products, like tampons and pads.
The senate postponed a vote on changes to the organization’s constitution to give more senators time to review the proposed updates at a meeting Monday.
Student Association Sen. Quentin McHoes, ESIA-U, did not garner enough petition signatures to appear as a candidate for executive vice president on this year’s SA election ballot.
Officials are extending travel restrictions to China until March 31 amid coronavirus concerns, according to an email sent to the GW community Wednesday.
Spend your first weekend in March visiting a new art exhibit or watching a dual jazz and comedy show.
Two freshmen are piecing together their first issue of a magazine covering topics like music and sustainability.
All I can really do is make the choices that feel right for me, and keep in mind that a swipe right is not indicative of my worth.
The concerts are part of DIY, an underground network of people from across the country who book bands to play in their basements or warehouses for no profit.
The sandwich is served on warm homemade bread, which is stuffed with eggplant confit and goat feta and drizzled in pesto.
While the piano in Marvin Center might be annoying, the solution is not to remove the piano, but to fix the pianos in the practice rooms.
We may not see improvements as visible as an Academy Award, but we can still continue pushing toward a more inclusive campus.
We, as the student body, will see to it that our time, money and future are not tied up in a university that co-signs and funds the most severe crisis humanity has ever faced.
The University should allow students to refund their GWorld once they graduate or at least be able to use the remaining funds to pay off debt.
If all candidates on the ballot are undesirable for a voter, they should have the option to pencil in someone they believe would better represent students.
Seniors will tell you when they land a job or receive a graduate school acceptance. In the meantime, ask them how they are holding up before graduation.
Five different Colonials fired a goal into the net in the final 90 seconds of the matchup to bring the squad within striking distance of its cross-town rival.
Ten Colonials played 11 or more minutes throughout the contest, and four members of GW’s squad finished in double-digit scoring.
Graduate student forward Alexandra Maund led the team in scoring with a career-high 27 points, hitting 10-of-15 from the floor and 7-of-8 from the charity stripe.
Demko said the three female coaches she played under at Maryland set an example of women who could achieve leadership spots in college sports.
With her victory Sunday, senior Emma Tryon was the only member of the squad to complete an undefeated run in the tournament.
The National Zoo hosted a Valentine’s Day celebration Friday night with two presentations focusing on animal dating and mating.
ArtRave DC hosted more than 50 local artists and vendors in Dupont Underground Sunday.
The Colonials suffered a loss Saturday against Rhode Island, dropping the contest 82–51 and extending their losing streak to three games.
On this week’s episode, “Getting to the Bottom of It” talks to administration editor Zach Schonfeld on the Faculty Senate shared governance resolution months in the making.
On this week’s episode, “Getting to the Bottom of It” recaps the week in divestment protests and the next steps for the administration’s response.
On this week’s episode, “Getting to the Bottom of It” talks with health and sciences editor Shannon Mallard about the slow decline in sorority recruitment numbers over at least the past 10 years. “Getting to the Bottom of It” is hosted by Meredith Roaten and features culture editor Sidney Lee. This podcast is produced by […]