Mark Diaz helped restructure the medical enterprise, spearhead two strategic initiatives and address campus safety issues in his first year.
The sixth annual All Things Go Fall Classic music festival featured headliners Chvrches and Melanie Martinez.
Students with chronic illnesses said their disability sometimes hinders their ability to attend class and maintain a social life.
Former and current colleagues of Brian Blake, the next provost, said he will bring more than 20 years of experience and a “data-driven” focus to GW.
Sports law experts said the law sparks concern that conference schools that do not currently pay student-athletes could be at a disadvantage.
The Disabled Students Collective is working to institute quiet spaces at career events and broaden communications accessibility at GW.
The Surfrider Club is a chapter of the Surfrider Foundation, a national nonprofit environmental organization.
Andrew Barr, a visiting assistant professor of anthropology, co-authored a report detailing the effects of large animal extinctions on ecosystems.
GW is one of 18 universities across the United States backing the continuation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Two student experience officials kicked off a biweekly series of informal discussions with students in an inaugural event Wednesday.
An unknown man forcibly robbed a male student of money in the Marvin Center and fled the scene Oct. 5.
Students can now attend monthly cooking classes in any freshman residence hall on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses.
Faculty Senate members questioned officials about the University’s 20 percent enrollment cut and the recent drop in rankings at a meeting Friday.
The GW Fashion Club is hosting a fashion show with HBO later this month featuring outfits inspired by characters in the show “Euphoria.”
Students said the Newseum’s closing comes during a time of distrust toward news media, and its absence could cause people to forget the value of journalism.
Nearly 1,500 people packed into Lisner Saturday to hear Kanye West speak about his Christian faith and play drafts of songs from his upcoming album.
Kanye West will preview his highly anticipated “Jesus is King: A Kanye West Experience” album to Lisner Auditorium Saturday.
Tune out your professors’ lectures with live music at the All Things Go music festival, then enjoy a taste of fall at an autumn festival.
We may think we need diplomats and politicians to save the day, but we also need an adequate number of scientists and engineers.
YAF’s decision to elevate and amplify the voice of Knowles both condones his intolerant rhetoric and damages the prospect of actual debate.
Officials need to hold themselves accountable for student complaints about the health center’s quality of care.
Officials should keep advanced Spanish language classes to ensure students gain enough practice before graduation.
Criticism of laws designed to protect minority voices ignores the necessity of protecting academic freedom and free speech rights.
Officials should reconstruct this app to include updated information and categories of different GWorld vendors.
After the CWPA split into two smaller conferences, players and coaches said GW and its competitors have leveled out the playing field.
The Colonials dropped their first game with the Billikens Friday and repeated the loss against the Flyers Saturday.
Players and head coach Shane Winkler said the team will rely on senior leadership to power through its fall slate.
Men’s and women’s swimming and diving looked to carry momentum from last season into their first fall performances.
The sophomore tops the team with a 72.17 scoring average, an increase from last season’s 75.57 average.
Dozens of people celebrated the National Cathedral’s annual fall festival Saturday with arts and crafts and vendors.
The “Tug of Wharf” event raised more than $4,000 for the American Cancer Society Saturday.
Drag artist Erik Gonzalez talked about his drag persona and performances around D.C.
On this week’s episode, senior news editor Parth Kotak discusses the newest details on Provost Forrest Maltzman’s replacement.
On this week’s episode, sophomore Will Hoadley-Brill stops by to discuss a petition he launched to save three advanced Spanish language courses.
The history department chair discusses concerns that officials’ plan to grow the proportion of STEM majors will lead to decreased funds in non-STEM departments.