With the kickoff of a $1 billion fundraising campaign, newfound success on the basketball court and a sharper focus on student mental health, 2014 was marked by a series of landmarks for GW. Many moments brought national attention – both welcomed and unwanted – to the University. Others stayed within the Foggy Bottom boundaries, but […]
It’s unfair that “The Interview” was embroiled in this controversy, as it only created inflated expectations for a film that does not even attempt any bold political satire.
For those ringing in 2015 back in D.C., here are the best places to be when the clock strikes midnight.
Men’s basketball wrapped up non-conference play Tuesday with a commanding 80-60 victory over Virginia Military Institute to earn its 10th win of the season.
Officials signed an agreement with Strategic Investment Group on Tuesday morning to manage GW’s $1.57 billion endowment, University spokeswoman Maralee Csellar said.
McFadden’s had its liquor license suspended Tuesday after a stabbing inside the bar early Saturday morning left five people seriously injured.
The Keydets have a lot of offensive firepower, but it hasn’t gotten them very far and the Colonials should be able to roll by getting to the basket at will. The biggest task for GW should be to avoid any letdown after the high-caliber tournament and keep destroying opponents in the Smith Center as they gear up for Atlantic 10 play.
As 2014 comes to a close, we looked back at the opinions pieces – from editors, columnists, writers and community members alike – that saw some of the most reads this calendar year.
Here’s a look at what we think are sure to make headlines in 2015.
The year 2014 was (almost) all about the ladies. From Lorde to Azealia Banks to Lana Del Rey, scores of talented 20-something-year-old women found their sound and released powerful albums we loved.