After a semester-long pilot program this spring, a student-led composting program now has a permanent home in the sustainability office.
Faculty and staff donated more than $170,000 to political candidates, PACs and political organizations during the 2018 midterm election cycle.
The House of Representatives gave the final OK to a $147-billion “minibus” bill last week, which includes a provision for congressional intern pay.
Students stood outside the U.S. Department of the Interior Wednesday to protest Secretary Ryan Zinke’s environmental policies.
An alumna aboard the International Space Station was live-streamed into Jack Morton Auditorium Tuesday to answer questions about deep space exploration.
MPD arrested a student in Lafayette Hall Sunday after he threatened to “shoot up” GW, but officials said multiple investigations found no credible threat.
A report of a “suspicious odor” prompted the University to evacuate residents from the second floor of JBKO Hall Sunday night.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions discussed the importance of free speech at universities and colleges at a Department of Justice forum Monday.
GW and its insurance agency filed a lawsuit Wednesday claiming a maintenance company caused nearly $100,000 in water damage in The Shops at 2000 Penn in 2015.
Officials are addressing two leaks in Amsterdam Hall that have been dripping water into residents’ rooms.