Each and every new responsibility I took under my wing was just another inch to eagerly tickmark on my bedroom door with a Sharpie.
Black Jack’s indoor bocce court with reasonable drink prices and a friendly staff makes for a winning combination.
More dialogue between students and GW’s facilities operators might help prevent the next early morning fire drill or heating outage. At least, that’s what Residence Hall Association President Ari Massefski hopes.
Alcohol has been a factor in every sexual assault reported in GW’s crime log in the last four years, the University’s security chief said Monday.
More than 20 student organizations have come together to address race relations on campus, and the coalition’s top priority is the University Police Department.
With national experts saying many sexual assaults on college campuses occur in fraternity houses, a Times reporter asked female students whether they would feel safer at a sorority-hosted party.
That’s a six-spot jump from last year’s list, which considers factors like crime, obesity, education and life expectancy in its analysis.
Boston may have beaten D.C. for the nation’s bid to host the 2024 Olympics, but residents will have the chance to see Pope Francis next fall.
Flags were ordered to fly at half-mast across the city Sunday as D.C. residents reflected on the tumultuous career of political legend and revered former mayor Marion Barry.
Office of Sustainability Director Meghan Chapple will lead the University’s signature program designed to cut costs and pitch money-saving ideas after its leader announced he would step down at the end of the month.