Students paid tribute to black musical artists at Soul Revue as part of the Black Heritage Celebration.
Runners paraded down 14th Street in their underwear to raise money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation.
The student said he is reevaluating his options after a travel ban was enacted on Iranian citizens coming to the U.S.
Experts said most universities, including GW, are already smoke-free and would not be affected by new smoking laws.
Potential tenants are touring units in three F Street townhouses the University has been renovating since last year.
Some community leaders think the designs don’t highlight the art gallery and that a nearby office building will keep light from coming into the school.
Officials said a spike in the number of instances of dating violence reported last year was caused by an increased awareness of sexual violence.
A professor in GW’s business and international affairs schools will spend this fall as an international affairs fellow at Texas A&M.
Even though the semester has just started, savvy apartment hunters will start looking early for next year’s perfect off-campus real estate.
The Multicultural Student Services Center brought Dane Edidi to campus Monday to speak about her latest book as part of a larger push to showcase diversity within the LGBT community.