Author and activist Jennifer Weiss-Wolf discussed her book “Periods Gone Public” at the Milken Institute School of Public Health Tuesday.
Say goodbye to March this weekend while geeking out at a comic convention, marveling at soaring kites on the National Mall and checking out a brand new National Gallery of Art exhibit.
Whenever “National Treasure” airs on television, Hunter Gomez’s phone floods with texts, Snapchats and screenshots.
The new spin studio, located at 1108 H St. NE, centers around a political theme with classes called “Core Value,” “Super Tuesday” and “Political Party.”
International students make up a smaller proportion of the total student body this fall – the first decline in at least nine years.
Use this weekend to have some fun before hunkering down for final exams and jump into the holiday spirit with lights, festivities and chocolate.
While many campus buildings accessible to people with disabilities, students said many buildings still lack proper accommodations.
ISA leaders said the program will give younger students an opportunity to connect with upperclassmen who can give advice about adjusting to GW.
GW’s chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens hosted its first event Thursday, a panel of Latino advocates and academics who advised a nearly-full audience in the Marvin Center.