German photographer Luigi Toscano traveled the world for three years while taking more than 200 photos of Holocaust survivors.
More than 20 faculty study HIV at GW, working on projects ranging from finding better avenues for treatment to directly seeking to develop a cure.
Hundreds of sorority women welcomed new members with cheers and songs for deferred recruitment in Kogan Plaza Tuesday night.
The Colonials defeated the Pirates in GW’s second win of the year Saturday.
Students marched on Capitol Hill Thursday to pressure members of Congress to pass protections to ensure DACA recipients can stay in the country.
Encampment residents living in E Street were removed from the site Thursday.
The March for Racial Justice and the March for Black Women converged on the National Mall Saturday.
The Shaw district celebrated D.C.’s free overnight arts festival with local artists presenting their work in Blagden Alley Sunday.
About 200 demonstrators gathered at the White House to protest President Donald Trump’s decision to rescind DACA.
Dozens of artists exhibited their Resistance Movement inspired work Thursday at Busboys & Poets on 5th and K streets.