After a nearly year-long vacancy, The Textile Museum has a new curator of contemporary art.
Enjoy a picnic in the park on Friday in Farragut Square, then learn something new at the opening of the Kennedy Center’s REACH Festival on Saturday.
Panfil founded Friends of Intelligent Democracy, making him the youngest person to own and operate a PAC.
Take a look at some of the biggest stories from the summer before beginning the academic year.
From managing your money to staying full when GWorld is running low, here’s everything you need to know to spend wisely in your first semester.
The website sifts through airline and hotel companies’ prices to find the cheapest flights and hotels for college students.
If you’re not staying for the summer, you have a week left before graduation to check these D.C. activities off your bucket list.
The University and students should be more accommodating to on-campus staff when they require them to work during what is defined as an “emergency.”
With some realistic renovations and relocation of items, Gelman Library can be more efficiently designed to cater to different students’ needs.
If GW offered more GPAC courses that center around the different areas of writing for the arts, students can explore the world of art more effectively.