It can be easy to revert back to old favorite vendors for meals around campus, but don’t forget to try these recent additions to the neighborhood.
After spending years as a hub of black mold, a two-year renovation has upgraded GW’s oldest residence hall into a modern facility ready to welcome students.
Before you head to the latest org fair or doom-scroll through Engage, this match-making guide will help you narrow down your selections of who to join.
Toki Underground illuminates an artistic, underground aspect of Japanese culture while craftily blending traditional Japanese and Taiwanese cuisine.
This week, thousands of freshmen and sophomores are flocking to campus after a year and a half of attending school in front of a computer screen.
The project will feature a website that includes interactive maps and links to historical information to celebrate the neighborhood’s history.
A panel of experts with backgrounds in education discussed challenges in academic performance during the pandemic Thursday.
GWPD Chief James Tate said crime on campus has “drastically dropped” since the onset of the pandemic in March, with fewer than 400 incidents last year.
The discussion detailed Washington’s personal character, life as a slave owner and vision for a national university.
About half of the on-campus cohort reported travel plans outside of the DMV through GW’s notification form during spring break.