Members of Students Against Sexual Assault said other student organizations are interested in signing up for sexual assault prevention training sessions.
Serving authentic Turkish cuisine, Ankara is adding a new taste to Dupont Circle’s tremendous sampling of world flavors.
Students for Recovery members unveiled a “Serenity Shack” last week, providing a home for recovering students and offering an area to host events this month.
Facilities Services began working with the D.C. Office of Human Rights in early February, and will label an additional 82 single-occupancy bathrooms on campus as simply “restroom,” rather than “men” or “women” starting with the Marvin Center on Monday.
The iconic characters are all grown up in the first production that GW’s department of theatre and dance will perform this year.
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences is ramping up its Facebook and Spotify advertising, joining other schools and universities that are targeting potential new students on the social media platforms they are most likely to use.
The machines that make it onto researchers’ growing wish lists will have some of the greatest impacts on what happens inside GW’s $275 million Science and Engineering Hall.
The leaders of a rival faculty group are looking to prove their legitimacy in front of GW’s top officials when they address the Faculty Senate for the first time this week.