About 30 protesters staged a “die-in” in the office of Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev, to demand Congress act to protect young undocumented immigrants.
Wawa, a convenience store chain with a mysterious cult following, is set to open just a few blocks from campus Thursday morning.
The D.C. Court of Appeals rejected arguments from a local church that Hillel’s project was improperly approved by city authorities.
Police began blocking off parts of 22nd and G streets to traffic and limiting pedestrian traffic in the area Friday.
Metro added 24 stations – including Foggy Bottom – to its free Wi-Fi program Thursday.
A group of politically-minded student organizations hosted Sens. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Ron Wyden, D-Ore., to discuss government surveillance and privacy rights.
City officials and prominent community members heralded the new library, located at 23rd and L streets, as an important community space for local residents.
The law school deliberately enrolled a smaller class this fall in an effort to keep the GPA and standardized test scores of its incoming class in the top-tier of law schools nationwide.
The final version of the GOP’s sweeping tax bill will not include a controversial tax on tuition waivers for graduate students.
Knapp earned more than $1.2 million in 2015, putting him at No. 35 in a ranking of highest-paid executives at 600 private colleges.
Officials said the move will be a chance to make changes to the existing dining plan, including turning Pelham Commons into an all-you-can-eat dining venue.
Two GW graduate students were arrested outside House Speaker Paul Ryan’s office Tuesday protesting a provision in the bill to tax graduate student tuition waivers.
WilmerHale entered into a long-term lease agreement to secure a 288,000 square-foot space in the planned development complex.
Celebrate the last weekend before winter break by watching a concert at The Wharf, scrambling to find last minute presents or curing your finals season stress with puppies and beer.
The first part of a new food hall concept by chef Mike Isabella, dubbed Isabella Eatery, opened Monday.
The Museum of Contemporary Teenagers, which opened Thursday, is made up of projects by local high school students that depict their feelings about being a teenager.
Tune out at a bar crawl or a classier wine tasting this, then mix in some meditation Sunday to reset the mind before a stressful week of studying.
A professor of dance and first Smithsonian choreographer-in-residence will perform a new dance this week as part of his position.
The University has a duty to be more transparent with how it budgets tuition dollars and act more responsibly with the money we all spend to be here.
As a university deeply committed to the benefits obtained from studying abroad, GW should do more to support students who hope to study internationally.
International students need a supportive community to successfully transition to life at GW, but that can be hard to come by.
To better show appreciation and support for University employees, GW should designate days for the student body to collectively honor their contributions.
It is time for the SA to utilize the time they have left before the next election by refocusing on the platform points the two set as their agenda.
The opportunities for interesting discussions about current events are endless and allow students to relate what they are learning to real life events.
The Colonials (5-6) shot a season-low 30.2 percent from the field and lost 59–50 despite outscoring the Hurricanes by eight points in the second half.
The Colonials (5-5) were unable to contend with Penn State (8-3) on the road after trailing by 29 points at halftime.
Senior Tyler McManus is training twice a day, six days a week, in an effort to make the U.S. Olympic men’s rugby team.
The Colonials (3-6) had their worst offensive game of the year in a 61–44 loss to Mercer (7-2) Wednesday night.
The Colonials (5-4) defeated the Tigers (2-6) 71–60 behind a 37-23 rebounding advantage and a career-high 25 points from sophomore guard Jair Bolden.
The Colonials (5-6) were defeated by the Hurricanes (9-0) 59–50 at home Saturday.
A prayer vigil took place at Saint Stephen Martyr Catholic Church Tuesday in commemoration of the 20 first-graders killed at the Sandy Hook School shooting in 2012.
Find out how to wrap the perfect gift in a pinch with these tips and tricks.
Editors talk about Peter Konwerski’s impending exit from GW and the Student Association Senate’s progress this semester.
Listen to our editors discuss dining affordability on campus, the declining bee population and give some pie recommendations for the upcoming holiday season.
This week, news editors discuss how President Donald Trump is changing your courses’ curriculum and GW’s Virginia campus.