Seven graduate students in the documentary film certificate program set out to explore how the presidential election affected people’s romantic lives.
The University will continue to track and comply with the Animal Welfare Act after the USDA deleted a database that keeps track of animal welfare infractions.
GW students shouldn’t be separated by their country of origin, but the current CI structure promotes that.
GW dropped from its reign as top medium-sized university in the nation for producing Peace Corps volunteers.
Fundraising officials in the business school are on the search for a new leader to help them reach their $75 million fundraising goal.
Road congestion and travel unreliability put Foggy Bottom on the map as the only neighborhood focus area that needs major improvements.
The environmental resource policy program will fold into the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration this fall.
GW researchers are building sensors that will be placed on campus and along parts of Pennsylvania Avenue downtown to track air pollution and traffic data.
GW’s education school hosted a one-day seminar for 26 primary and secondary teachers from Uruguay on U.S. teaching methods earlier this month.
Two women in politics spoke during an ElectHer event on campus Saturday.
The three faculty members at the Milken Institute School of Public Health earned a research grant for an ongoing study of faculty’s connections.
An intoxicated student was causing a loud disturbance in Thurston Hall and made a series of threats toward officers and personnel.
Family and colleagues say James Oliver Horton will be remembered for pushing boundaries and fighting to keeping African American history intact.
If you pull into an Arlington Metro station and follow the smell of coffee, you may find a humble coffee cart on wheels.
The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s latest exhibit is perfect for those in need of a new trendy Instagram photo or getaway.
Explore the secrets of D.C. politics, compete in a live version of Monopoly and celebrate celebrities in the District this weekend.
This week in music, soak up the unseasonable sunshine with these upbeat springtime jams by young artists.
For a recent alumnus, scrolling through GWork not only helped him find the perfect work study job but eventually led him to a spot on Forbes’ 30 Under 30.
Christian Democrats have largely remained silent and let others define the political beliefs of Christians – it’s time to change that.
Duckworth’s varied life experiences and GW alumna status make her the right choice for Commencement, and GW should make similar picks in the future.
Just because Greek and Latin are not spoken anymore doesn’t mean they aren’t worth learning. Ancient languages are just as – if not more – valuable.
Lobbying activities among colleges peaked in 2008, GW should spend money on federal lobbying activities again to fight for student interests.
Even though immigration from my native country hasn’t been restricted, there’s immense uncertainty in the immigrant community.
If students could take more classes pass/fail, they’d be more likely to take classes outside of their requirements.
GW recorded a season-low five turnovers and shot 48.4 percent from the field Sunday to overcome its defensive struggles and take down local rival George Mason 83-74.
With about six minutes remaining in Thursday night’s battle against Massachusetts, Patrick Steeves backed down his defender and put GW up 66-56.
Graduate Student Lexi Martins and seniors Caira Washington and Hannah Schaible each received Atlantic 10 All-Conference honors the league announced Tuesday.
Women’s basketball (20-8, 13-3 A-10) will head to Richmond, Va. this weekend as the No. 2 seed in the Atlantic 10 conference tournament.
The Colonials (14-13, 6-8 A-10) will host the Minutemen (13-14 , 3-11 A-10) Thursday with just four games remaining in the regular season.
GW students expressed their hopes, dreams and struggles at the For Colored Girls Open Mic Night hosted by The Crown of Glory Hair and Beauty Organization.
Earlier this month, senior Cameron Waggener launched Wheelys Cafe in Arlington, Va.
GW Dance Marathon raised over $144,000 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.