Local authorities responded to G Street Saturday for a report of smoke in the garage near Duques Hall.
Officials will allow students affected by registration glitches to register for courses one day early next semester.
The School of Media and Public Affairs hosted three discussions Thursday analyzing the post-midterm election landscape.
A woman drove her motorized wheelchair onto the Foggy Bottom Metro tracks Friday afternoon.
The Student Association Senate passed a resolution Wednesday supporting the University’s efforts to update its harassment and discrimination policies.
Amazon announced Tuesday that it will open another headquarters in Arlington County, Va., creating more than 25,000 jobs in the D.C. area.
The ambassador of Mongolia to the United States spoke Monday at the Elliott School about Mongolia’s position between two global superpowers.
About 40 people gathered in the Marvin Center Great Hall Friday for GW’s 10th annual wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Veterans Day.
The Black Student Union hosted a town hall at the Elliott School of International Affairs Thursday about changing the University’s culture.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in front of the White House Thursday to call for the protection of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.