Senior Keith Nagy’s popular Twitter account is an archive of funny political content that accurately represents the microcosm that is GW student culture.
Here’s a rundown of restaurant’s offering specials to welcome the new president and vice president to the White House.
Laugh at a stand-up comedian Friday, with proceeds going toward BLM bail funds, protest-related injuries and COVID-19 testing and treatment.
Three students have capitalized on the chance to develop large social media followings and push for social change.
We’ve compiled a list of activities to do around the District to help you make the most of your syllabus week.
Before your freshman year ends, take advantage of events and programs designed to help you explore D.C. and grow academically in your first year on campus.
On Friday, bask in balmy summer temperatures while exploring the best of the District’s food truck scene, then drink rejuvenate after a yoga class with bottomless mimosas.
Start your weekend with a Beyoncé and Rihanna inspired dance party, then close it out with free ice cream on National Ice Cream Day at Union Station.
Celebrate the Fourth of July with a baseball game at Nationals Park and a daytime block party at Decades.
The stage piece was derived from Surrick’s time spent with veterans she met while performing at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.