Our music for this week includes upbeat tracks and more mellow tunes to carry you through the ups and downs of the last few weeks of the semester.
As the summer months come around, finish off your Sunday brunch or afternoon stroll with a stop at the Watermelon Wall.
Young and old alike gathered at the Black Cat Saturday to attend a relaxed festival that included experimental electronic, jazz and indie music.
The University will continue to track and comply with the Animal Welfare Act after the USDA deleted a database that keeps track of animal welfare infractions.
This week in music, soak up the unseasonable sunshine with these upbeat springtime jams by young artists.
As the semester starts to get stressful, take a deep breath and relax with these calming tracks this week.
Renovations to the Marvin Center, GW’s student center on campus, have been planned for five years and began last month.
Residence halls on both the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses are getting amenities like bike racks, bottle fillers and new furniture.
Point Chaud Café & Crêpes will be filling the vacant space in Duques Hall that was the former home of GDub Java.
The yield rate, or portion of admitted students who end up attending GW, has dropped from 25.5 percent last year to 24.7 percent for the Class of 2020.