Curtis Lawrence speaks about his path from School Without Walls to GW at 14 years old.
Students and officials honored the victims of 9/11 in a memorial service in the Marvin Center Wednesday.
The founder of the instagram page @gwthrift hosted a pop-up thrift store in U-Yard Thursday.
Students spent their first four days at GW by participating in the first ever New Student Orientation this year.
Dozens of embassies opened their doors to the public Saturday to hold tours and showcase performances.
“ArtMoves: Lines in Space” features a ballerina dancing through Fred Sandback’s yarn installation at the Hirshhorn Museum.
Students and faculty protested in Kogan Plaza Wednesday to demand fair pay and treatment for workers.
Students with disabilities said the Mount Vernon Campus does not accommodate students with disabilities.
The Japanese American Student Alliance partnered with the D.C. Shiba Inu Rescue to host dogs in Square 80 on Saturday. During the event, employees from the rescue center educated students about the breed.
“Empresses of China’s Forbidden City, 1644-1912” opened last week and will remain open until June 23.