The order could especially impact GW, a University that has a reputation for sending many of its students to government jobs in the District.
Some ANC commissioners said people do not use the current crosswalk toward 21st Street, which could potentially be removed.
The other West End development project above the incoming library will open no earlier than late summer because of its complex architectural design.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., will be the keynote speaker at Commencement this year, the University announced Tuesday.
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.
University Police Department Chief RaShall Brackney spoke with students in the Marvin Center Tuesday night about the relationships among students of color and UPD officers on campus.
More than 120 students attended a town hall meeting to discuss how student organizations are preventing campus sexual assault.
As vendors have opened, customers said they need more garbage cans than are currently available in the food court area.
Fifteen collaborative research projects between 43 faculty members have received grants one year after introducing a new cross disciplinary research fund.
Officials said they aim to take immediate responsive action whenever there are reports of construction workers harassing GW community members.
A student reported to UPD that he was assaulted at an off-campus nightclub by another student who was later arrested.
Norma Loeser, the dean of the GW School of Government and Business Administration for 10 years, died earlier this month at the age of 94.
A day after the removal, a camp developed in the same location – next to and under the freeway – is continuing to house homeless encampments.
Some D.C. restaurants powered by immigrant servers, cooks and other staff members will be short-staffed or closed for the Day Without Immigrants protest.
Osteria Morini, located on the Southeast Waterfront, caters to everyone’s deepest desires – that is if your your deepest desires include al dente pasta.
In a city like D.C., there are people around every corner waiting to share their culture through food with District residents.
This weekend, laugh it up at comedy shows and thank George Washington for a long weekend by attending a parade in his honor.
Instead of Yeezy, Neil Portnow, a GW alumnus and Recording Academy president, took the stage at the Grammy’s.
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.
SA president and executive vice president candidates should design new strategies to tackle goals, and focus on what will affect the everyday lives of students.
Valentine’s Day wasn’t the only holiday this week. Galentine’s Day is a day for ladies to celebrate our female friendships.
Students should learn more about the heartland before they make assumptions about the people who live there.
Learning to use social media in a professional way will help students be prepared to enter the workforce.
With its four fourth-year veterans in the starting lineup, women’s basketball (19-8, 12-3 A-10) has gone undefeated in a season-best six-game winning streak.
After starting conference play 1-4, the Colonials have shown growth and have a shot to carry substantial momentum into the postseason.
After losing four of its last five games, GW held on at Duquesne to capture its sixth conference win and fourth overall road victory Sunday afternoon.
After honoring its four fourth-year players, the Colonials (19-8, 12-3 A-10) downed George Mason (13-15, 6-9 A-10) Saturday afternoon in their final regular-season home game of the year.
The Colonials (18-8, 11-3 A-10) will look to sweep the season series against area rival George Mason (13-14, 6-8 A-10) on Senior Day.
The Colonials hosted cross-town rivals the George Mason Patriots at the Smith Center Saturday.
The picnic, which was hosted by the Washington National Cathedral, featured the GW Troubadours.
Students paid tribute to black musical artists at Soul Revue as part of the Black Heritage Celebration.