Two sophomores created GW Hammocks to beat the end of the semester stress and meet new people on campus.
Eight Bhangra teams from universities across the U.S. competed in Bhangra Blowout, the oldest and largest Bhangra competition in the country, Saturday night.
Students from across campus enjoyed the traditional Hindu festival that marked the official arrival of the spring season.
Junior Lande Watson is a candidate for Student Association President.
GW students expressed their hopes, dreams and struggles at the For Colored Girls Open Mic Night hosted by The Crown of Glory Hair and Beauty Organization.
The picnic, which was hosted by the Washington National Cathedral, featured the GW Troubadours.
What should you do if you’re alone on Valentine’s Day? Focus on self-care, a leader of Students Against Sexual Assault says.
Concerned constituents gathered Monday night to write to their members of Congress one week after the Women’s March on Washington.