Ed Martin, the deputy chief information officer in the Division of Information Technology, said the center would close to focus more on mobile support.
Ivymount scrapped its plan to open a school in the former Thaddeus Stevens School building, a program official confirmed Thursday – more than a week after D.C. Public Schools pulled its funding for the project.
Cheryl Thompson, an associate professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs, has been named the organization’s Educator of the Year.
The National Labor Relations Board issued a second decision this week allowing undergraduate student workers to form unions following a similar ruling in April involving GW resident advisers.
Rene Villanueva is suing the University for negligence and strict liability for the incident and the severe burns that it caused.
Former SA President Erika Feinman presented the Board with a list of recommendations detailing how to add a student to the University’s highest governing body.
Officials are convening a faculty advisory board to focus on teaching, learning and raising retention rates.
The Board voted to approve the budget for the next fiscal year on Friday, with less funding for large constructions projects and more for financial aid.
Community leaders said Knapp was receptive to neighbors’ concerns about off-campus student noise and GW’s expansion in Foggy Bottom.
A woman was assaulted and robbed after an individual approached her from behind in the alley next to the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
At about 1 a.m. Sunday morning, the woman and man were arguing when the woman threw an unknown object, striking the man in the face, according to a police report.
The man was arrested Thursday night and charged with second degree theft and unlawful entry after police discovered he had previously been barred from University property, according to a police report.
A male subject allegedly destroyed a dining table, chairs and drinking dispenser before threatening another man at Beefsteak.
A summer in D.C. isn’t complete without a celebration of a former president and an evening spent enjoying performances on the Capitol Building’s West Lawn.
Preparing for a D.C. summer means staking out shady spots, cranking up the air conditioner and most importantly – finding a pool to cool off in.
Airbnb reported its second biggest guest arrival in D.C. history last weekend, second only to the Presidential inauguration in January.
An alumna who dedicated a year to educating children in Gambia is now working to send three of her former students to college in the U.S.
When the country’s first pay-as-you-go squash facility opens Saturday, District residents will hit the courts and a GW alumna will be showing players the proper techniques.
By initiating better understanding between domestic and international students through culture-related assignments, we can further strengthen our community.
Sometimes student advocacy can feel slow, but it is always worth the challenge when the end result is making improvements in the everyday lives of students.
Students should be on the lookout this summer and over the next year for developments on these three stories.
Students should stop making broad sweeping criticisms that can hurt the perception of Mental Health Services among the student body.
All students should be required to take a sociology course at some point in their college careers, regardless of whether they are majoring in the field.
All UW classes need to start incorporating more grammar and basics into their curricula to ensure future success in and outside the classroom.
Fourteen baseball seniors from head coach Gregg Ritchie’s first recruiting class entered GW as teammates and left with life-long friendships.
The Colonials defeated Saint Joseph’s 5–1 at Tucker Field for their last regular season game of the year.
GW’s postseason was stopped short Thursday night with an 8–4 loss to No. 2 seed Rhode Island.
During the 2016-17 year in GW sports, 10 of the 14 squads with win-loss records finished with more wins than losses.
The exodus continues as Smith becomes the fifth player to leave the program after last season.
U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth told graduates of the Class of 2017 to “be humble” on the National Mall for the annual Commencement ceremony Sunday.
Daybreaker D.C. hosted a rave at the Kennedy Center in collaboration with the “Sound Health: Music and the Mind” event series Friday.
Sako, who will speak at Commencement on the National Mall Sunday, hopes her speech will remind students to stay connected to the GW community.