About 100 students and officials attended a Student Association forum Tuesday to express their concerns about anti-Semitism on campus.
So long as administrators continue fostering school spirit and repairing the alumni relations office, they may soon see payoff in years to come.
Several student leaders on campus have signed a letter calling on University President Thomas LeBlanc to take action to fight anti-Semitism at GW.
Protesters organized a walk-out to defend the rights of undocumented immigrants at a rally in front of the Supreme Court Friday.
Toro’s rebounding effort ties Yinka Dare’s 24 performance for the all-time Atlantic 10 record for rebounds in a single game.
Administrators said Talent@GW will boast three new modules involving recruitment, onboarding and development by the end of next year.
The president announced at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that trustees will postpone the final vote on the next strategic plan to their retreat next summer.
Vice Provost Christopher Bracey said 17 faculty saw their base compensation increase this month as a result of the salary equity committee’s efforts.
A professor of environmental and occupational health produced a film exploring the environmental and social effects of a hydroelectric dam in the Amazon.
Students receiving federal aid can now scooter around the District for free using new Skip, Bird, Lime, Jump, Bolt and Lyft deals.
Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested three people on campus last week.
Officials opened new pre-health and pre-law advising offices on the Mount Vernon Campus earlier this semester.
Administrators said GW’s Handshake activation rate was the highest of its market basket schools, clocking in at more than 80 percent.
The Hatchet met up with nine artists to talk about their murals, the process of creating a mural and the inspiration behind their work.
Excite your taste buds at the Food History weekend event, then continue your food tour at the Czech Christmas Market with a variety of other vendors.
Dubbed the “burrito place in the alley” to locals, the restaurant at 1220 19th St. NW lives up to the true definition of a hole-in-the-wall.
Jenny Slate discussed her personal life and upcoming book “Little Weirds,” a series of personal memoirs, in Lisner Auditorium Sunday.
Constitution Avenue was a sea of red as fans packed the sidewalks to watch the Nationals’ World Series championship parade Saturday.
The anti-Semitic video that went viral last week is a reminder that students still face anti-Semitism today.
The poster’s message to end white supremacy and rape culture is a powerful one, but a single sheet of paper is not effective.
The University should invest in moisture detectors to determine potential instances of mold before it jeopardizes a student’s physical health.
When a tune starts to emerge from the piano, you can almost hear the collective groan of the students who are just trying to do work.
By solely studying ISIS, the program leads people to believe that Islamic extremism, not far-right terror, is a pressing threat.
The Crimson’s inquiry did not put people in danger, but rather showed an effort to seek both sides of the story – exactly what journalists are supposed to do.
Coming into the weekend, the Colonials were locked in a tight division race for this year’s MAWPC title, vying for the No. 1 spot with Bucknell.
The squad’s field goal percentage waned throughout the first three quarters, decreasing from 40 to 20 percent in the third frame.
Each Colonial up and down the ladder won their matches in three straight games to kickoff the season and their four-game homestand.
The host team proved to be too much for the Colonials, snapping their two-game win streak to nab a second-place A-10 finish.
Freshman outfielder Stephen Ditomaso said the fall practice time allows the team to bond and the freshmen to get a taste of college baseball.
The Colonials dropped their home opener Sunday to the Princeton Tigers 75–50.
The University held its 18th annual Interfaith Reception Tuesday.
First generation students took part in National First Generation Student Celebration Week last week.
“Getting to the Bottom of It” talks with one senior news editor about what you may have missed at last week’s Faculty Senate meeting.
A College Democrats member talks about why he stepped down from the e-board after some leaders helped to omit votes during an election.
On this week’s episode, metro editor Lia Degroot has the inside scoop on newest dining vendor coming to campus and how students can give feedback about their dining experience.