The Textile Museum is hosting a free two-day festival this weekend, featuring work from multiple artists and performers.
University President Thomas LeBlanc greeted freshmen outside of Thurston and Mitchell halls as they moved to campus Saturday.
U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth told graduates of the Class of 2017 to “be humble” on the National Mall for the annual Commencement ceremony Sunday.
Daybreaker D.C. hosted a rave at the Kennedy Center in collaboration with the “Sound Health: Music and the Mind” event series Friday.
Sako, who will speak at Commencement on the National Mall Sunday, hopes her speech will remind students to stay connected to the GW community.
Class Council hosted the Squeals on Wheels event so that students could pet animals and destress from finals in Square 80 Tuesday.
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.