Forget about picking your bracket winners based on weirdest mascots or best color combination. Try annual tuition payments.
The University will open at noon on its two main campuses Monday because of snow that poured on the District last night.
Gurciullo, who is double majoring in political science and journalism, will lead The Hatchet for its 111th year starting in May.
You should know that the top leaders of the law and business schools this year have made sure you aren’t getting the full story.
The contest to name the $130 million residence hall ends March 24, when a panel of GW faculty, staff, students, alumni and parents will pick five finalists. T
McDonald is listed as day-to-day, according to a release sent by the athletics department Friday afternoon.
Snow is expected to pile up to 5 to 8 inches starting at about 8 a.m. Temperatures will fall into the 20s.
A man stole a woman’s backpack at knifepoint at the 2100 block of Pennsylvania Avenue on Friday around 10 p.m., according to the Metro Police Department.
University President Steven Knapp will join about 140 higher education leaders at a White House summit Thursday to unveil new commitments to help low-income students attend and finish college.
If the Colonials continue to win and make an NCAA Tournament run, alumni will continue to flock even more – which could create big business for the University.