Ear ringing cheers and chants could be heard throughout Kogan Plaza Tuesday evening as sororities welcomed their new members on bid day.
Former Sen. Joe Vogel, U-at-Large, was impeached after being found guilty of missing four consecutive meetings last fall. He said the vote was linked to his pro-Israel views.
Thousands of demonstrators gathered to condemn President Donald Trump’s policies and celebrate the progress women have made in running for and winning political offices in the last year.
Members of GW Students for Life, GW Catholics and the GW College Republicans met in Kogan Plaza to join a large crowd of anti-abortion activists for the rally and ensuing march to the Supreme Court.
As Congress faces an impending government shutdown, University officials said they are monitoring the situation to provide updates and resources to the community.
After serving a four-year term as chairman of the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission, Patrick Kennedy relinquished the role to Commissioner William Smith, previously the commission’s vice chairman.
The Faculty Senate on Friday passed two resolutions clarifying language in the faculty code to correct “glitches” that professors have encountered in recent years.
A new poke restaurant will replace Beef ‘N Bread in District House in the coming weeks.
Officers from the Metropolitan Police Department responded to a shooting at 23rd and Eye streets Tuesday night.
The Panera Bread set to open in the Marvin Center will take its first customers Wednesday at 7 a.m.