ESPN’s Michael Wilbon, Kevin Merida and Jason Reid delved into the long history of sports being used as a vehicle for protest.
The victim sustained several serious injuries including laceration to his cheek that required seven stitches, a swollen left eye and a fractured orbital bone.
Property managers promised at an ANC meeting Wednesday that noise will be less of a problem at Varsity on K.
The computer-assisted recognition system is able to identify individual lemurs in the wild based on their facial characteristics and compile the data for long-term research studies
Researchers from University of Rome Tor Vergata and GW are collaborating on a study of the pain in Parkinson’s disease.
As officials advocatee for boosting the number of officers in MPD, experts say the program will prepare volunteers to work full time in the future.
Students now have three extra months to file for federal aid – but the number of applications haven’t increased nationally.
The federal government gave about $10 million more in research subsidies to GW than they did in 2006, GW’s top research official said.
The panel featured lead plaintiff Jim Obergefell and SMPA professor Debbie Cenziper, co-authors of a new book about the legal and personal stories behind the case that made same-sex marriage legal.
The council made the decision after a vote among chapter leaders following a recommendation from the national conference to limit primary recruitment.
One individual on the Foggy Bottom Campus is confirmed to have contracted the mumps.
Patrick Burke plans to involve the community in Metropolitan Police Department decisions, support MPD programs and develop youth interest in public safety.
A year after the leader of Mental Health Services resigned, there are no updates on the search for an executive director of the Colonial Health Center.
Some D.C. restaurants powered by immigrant servers, cooks and other staff members will be short-staffed or closed for the Day Without Immigrants protest.
Osteria Morini, located on the Southeast Waterfront, caters to everyone’s deepest desires – that is if your your deepest desires include al dente pasta.
This weekend, laugh it up at comedy shows and thank George Washington for a long weekend by attending a parade in his honor.
Instead of Yeezy, Neil Portnow, a GW alumnus and Recording Academy president, took the stage at the Grammy’s.
A licensed marriage and family therapist and private relationship coach talked about date ideas and how to date in college.
Valentine’s Day wasn’t the only holiday this week. Galentine’s Day is a day for ladies to celebrate our female friendships.
Students should learn more about the heartland before they make assumptions about the people who live there.
Learning to use social media in a professional way will help students be prepared to enter the workforce.
GW should put more emphasis on part-time jobs and other responsibilities applicants take on in high school.
The statute of limitations for sex-related crimes can have a profound effect on survivors. It’s time to give survivors peace of mind.
Fossil fuel divestment is the only way for university officials to show commitment to the planet.
After losing four of its last five games, GW held on at Duquesne to capture its sixth conference win and fourth overall road victory Sunday afternoon.
After honoring its four fourth-year players, the Colonials (19-8, 12-3 A-10) downed George Mason (13-15, 6-9 A-10) Saturday afternoon in their final regular-season home game of the year.
The Colonials (18-8, 11-3 A-10) will look to sweep the season series against area rival George Mason (13-14, 6-8 A-10) on Senior Day.
Senior forward Caira Washington was held scoreless Wednesday night, but the Colonials still managed to survive St. Bonaventure and capture a fifth straight win.
The Colonials put up a strong road effort Wednesday night at Belk Arena, but it was Davidson’s star duo that stole the show and drove its team to victory.
Students and staff gathered in University Yard Friday night to celebrate George Washington’s Birthday.
Men’s basketball defeated St. Bonaventure 76-70 in the Smith Center Saturday night. GW improves its record to 5-7 in A-10 play.
Runners paraded down 14th Street in their underwear to raise money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation.