The School of Media and Public Affairs is launching a director’s council to garner student input about courses, events and technology.
A joint unit color guard stands before the rememberance program at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial for Veterans Day.
A male student reported to the GW Police Department that someone photographed him over a bathroom stall while he was using a restroom in the Marvin Center.
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.
An unknown suspect stole various items from GW Hillel when members of the group were packing up after a farmer’s market Wednesday.
A technical difficulty allowed some students to register for classes before their designated windows.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was admitted to the GW Hospital Thursday morning with three broken ribs.
Officials said a recent waste audit found that the most frequently found recyclables incorrectly placed in GW’s trash bins are plastic containers.