Graduates of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences’ health sciences programs received their diplomas at an event in Lisner Auditorium Saturday.
NASA astronaut and alumna Serena Auñón-Chancellor told SEAS graduates to rethink their expectations for the future and set their own legacies.
An alumna won an award for her photo series, which highlights Muslim individuals praying outside of their homes or mosques and in public places.
With room sizes ranging from 10 guests to 25 guests, the Chinatown karaoke bar Wok and Roll makes for an affordable and memorable birthday with friends.
When deciding where to de-stress with a happy hour drink after a long week, El Centro is your best bet for a cheap drink with two close-to-campus locations.
If you’re looking for a change in your regular weekend bar routine, head over to SPIN D.C.’s new underground location on F Street.
As the winter months drag on, bars and restaurants around D.C. have a cure for the cold that infuses hot chocolate with liquor.
Two new winter pop-ups have cropped up this year with added concepts, unique layouts and new chances for end-of-semester mistakes.
Faculty feedback about the faculty teaching workshop offered by GW Libraries and Academic Innovation was mostly “positive,” officials said.
Donations from parents fell for the third consecutive year in fiscal year 2018, dropping to $5.7 million, a six-year low for the University.