Officials approved $10 million to spend on campus improvements, while a new poll shows that a majority of Americans do not back D.C statehood.
While the minimum wage in the District is increasing to $14 per hour, a law school alumna came under fire for her defense of migrant detention centers.
While a sociology professor became the first African to write a biography of Nelson Mandela, councilmember Jack Evans is under fire once again.
While the GW Research Studies Center came under fire for alleged right-wing bias, SEAS has a new incoming dean.
With a new coach and a full roster, men’s basketball has everything it needs to rebuild and convince the GW community that it can be a winning team.
After many heated arguments and some frustrated tears, my freshman year has taught me that I’m not really the Republican that I thought I was.
With so many adjunct professors teaching at the University, students are not getting all that they can out of their education.
GW needs to update the housing website with current photos or videos of the inside of rooms to allow students to make an informed decision on their future home.
What is particularly troubling to see is how many people who participated in racist activities have yet to be held accountable for their actions.
Each woman going through recruitment is an individual who is much more than what they are wearing, their major, hometown and why they came to GW.