Eve Zhurbinskiy, a Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood commissioner and senior said the current requirements discourage students from getting involved in community leadership.
Schools across the University are working to align their internal regulations with recent changes to faculty governance at GW.
A group of city officials talked about homelessness in D.C. and the role students could play to combat the issue at a panel discussion in Jack Morton Auditorium Tuesday.
Students said adding a council in CCAS will create a more direct relationship with administrators and give students a greater say in the school’s decisions.
GW ended fiscal year 2017 in June with a $100 million surplus, driven by a sharp 10 percent rise in revenue.
Students said the proposals would make applying for financial aid easier and facilitate understanding of the process.
Officials said the fee waivers give students time to recover from the emotional and financial distress caused by severe weather events.
Experts said not having the kits could limit the evidence survivors are able to present in their case, but the kits aren’t typically available.
University President Thomas LeBlanc answered questions about budget cuts, rising tuition in higher education and political polarization in his inauguration town hall
The cafe is set to open 10 months after the Marvin Center location was first announced.
Around 300 staff, faculty, students and alumni attended a reception for University President Thomas LeBlanc in the Science and Engineering Hall Monday.
Thomas LeBlanc was inaugurated GW’s 17th president Monday, committing the University to a future of leadership in research and diversity.
For many faculty, the one year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s election has meant a year of adjusting courses to keep up with political developments.
Don’t miss well-known comedians and music performers as they roll through D.C. on their tours this weekend.
If you’re craving something spicy to warm you up, the Chorizo Casero con Puré de Patatas al Aceite de Oliva ($9.50) at Jaleo is a must-try.
Prepare to get tipsy at a new NoMa bar, the Dark Side Bar, a Star Wars-themed pop-up bar in Northeast D.C.
Museum of the Bible, set to open Friday, is a 430,000-square-foot space occupied by artifacts, theaters and high tech interactive exhibits.
Actor Alec Baldwin and author Kurt Andersen discussed their new satirical book on Trump’s first year in office at Lisner Auditorium Tuesday night.
In future fall semesters, many of the chapters, particularly the fraternities, should plan more events for first-semester freshmen and better advertise them.
More student groups that work to empower different students should follow in FSU’s lead, by running their own version of a social media campaign.
If either bill is passed, in its current form or a similar form, it has real potential to significantly and tangibly hurt students.
Some women at GW Hospital are not being taken care of with the same level of standards as men when it comes to abdominal pain due to gender bias.
GW should revamp its general education curriculum so that students can have more courses count for individual majors while still learning necessary skills.
UPD should establish a minimum threshold of intoxication required to involuntarily send a student to the hospital and should adhere to the advice of EMTs.
The Colonials (2-1) defeated Hampton (1-3) by eight points Saturday afternoon at the Smith Center behind 27 combined points from Patrick Steeves and Jair Bolden.
The Colonials defeated the Tigers by 23 points behind 42.1 percent shooting and three players with double-digit scoring totals.
The Colonials will face Gannon at 7 p.m. Friday for their first game of the Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference tournament.
The Colonials travel to Towson in search of their first win of the year at 7 p.m. Thursday night.
The Seminoles defeated the Colonials 87-67, shooting 55.9 percent from the field and scoring 52 points in the paint.
The Colonials defeated the Pirates in GW’s second win of the year Saturday.
The Hawaii Club celebrated their 20th annual luau with fire and hula dancing in Kogan Plaza Thursday night.
Locals boycotted Wendy’s, located on Georgia Avenue, Sunday for allegedly refusing to combat sexual violence on their farms.
This week, news editors discuss how President Donald Trump is changing your courses’ curriculum and GW’s Virginia campus.
This week, two news editors discuss international student diversity on campus, and our contributing sports editor talks about the upcoming basketball season.
This week on “Getting to the Bottom of It,” hear about a new history course on the University’s previous ties with slavery.