Sign of the Whale, a popular Tuesday night spot for students, will reopen Saturday with a new name after a month of renovation.
Hajj Turner and his wife, Vivian, took home the judges’ choice award for best home chef garden at the first annual Edible D.C. Awards last week.
Fifty years after Club Rugby was created at GW, founder Liam Humphreys and about 30 other former players returned to play once again.
Students in GW’s chapter of the Petey Greene Program visit facilities around Maryland every week to tutor incarcerated students.
One of the District’s most popular gay bars will host D.C.’s first queer flea market and all-day party this weekend.
Glenn Egelman, the associate dean of the CHC, said he submitted his resignation Friday and will officially leave the University next month.
I decided to venture beyond the simple recipes I’ve mastered in District House’s cramped kitchens and try cooking via meal kit subscriptions from Blue Apron, Plated and Sun Basket.
Most 18-year-olds are still moving into their dorms, but Aaron Parnas and Kisa Ibrahim have already completed their first week of classes at GW Law School.
Two artists well-known on the music festival circuit will perform at Fall Fest Saturday and Program Board will nix having a student performer open the show.
The predictions may not be written in the stars, but these trends will give you a sneak peek of what’s to come in your next semesters.