Democrat and former White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest squared off with Tom Ridge, a republican and first Secretary of Homeland Security, at the Only at GW debate Sunday.
Over ten thousand people marched on Washington on Saturday to protest the proposed budget cuts by the Trump Administration.
A student reported a sexual assault that occurred in District House earlier this month to a campus security authority Thursday.
University officials released a statement Friday in response to recent a campaign and protest of the result of a sexual violence case.
Vivek Choudhury, the associate dean for graduate programs, will serve as the interim dean of the business school starting June 1.
About 100 students gathered at Funger Hall to protest the employment of a student manager at HelWell who was found responsible for sexual violence.
Microphones were set up across the neighborhood earlier this month to measure routine noise and the added noise from a test helicopter.
The 32nd annual Excellence in Student Life Awards were held Wednesday night in Lisner Auditorium honoring students, student organizations, faculty and staff with 23 awards for their contributions to the University.
The University Honors Program changed its graduating GPA requirement from 3.4 to 3.0 this spring in an attempt to reduce stress on students.
Five student organizations came together on Tuesday night to discuss how to have political conversations on campus in a highly-polarized climate.