Jeffrey Cohen described his 23-year tenure at GW as “magical” – and not just because of the legends and myths he teaches in his medieval literature course.
From mentions on the memes page to tall tales about tricky exams and summer assessments, Irene Foster is one of the most well-known professors on campus.
When one student struggled to find the healthy snacks he wished would fill his pantry, he started a business to make them himself.
As the most important day in football approaches, one D.C. dog is gearing up for a different kind of competition.
For many faculty, the one year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s election has meant a year of adjusting courses to keep up with political developments.
These students enjoy the stunts they get to perform once their identity is concealed by an oversized head with a furrowed brow and a giant tricorne hat.