Wawa, a convenience store chain with a mysterious cult following, is set to open just a few blocks from campus Thursday morning.
A professor of dance and first Smithsonian choreographer-in-residence will perform a new dance this week as part of his position.
As the semester ends and your GWorld drains, buy holiday gifts on the last cash of your meal plan.
Crowds gathered to watch President Donald Trump and his family light their first National Christmas Tree at the White House Thursday.
From practicing in the basement of Thurston Hall to scoring two recorded albums, one student-founded band has found success.
The mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico addressed a class of strategic public relations graduate students Tuesday about her experiences leading the city after the storm.
Danny Kampf, who attended GW but dropped out in 2005, is now expanding his dog-walking business to include dog boarding.
Seniors from GW and School Without Walls battled it out in a “Are you Smarter Than a 12th Grader” competition at the Lerner Health and Wellness Center Thursday.
Faculty in the religion department say the department’s budget is not enough to hire new faculty and launch new projects.
Sexual assault survivors and allies gathered at the U.S. Department of Education Thursday to attend a candlelight vigil in a demonstration of solidarity with survivors of sexual violence on college campuses.