The Indigenous Peoples March, the March for Life and the Women’s March all spread out around the District this weekend.
A D.C. real estate company is taking the first steps to revamp The Shops at 2000 Penn into a modern public market.
Foggy Bottom residents say they support an effort to prohibit right turns at some red lights but are concerned that city officials won’t enforce the ban.
The University has not yet launched a search for a new head of human resources three years after the former leader departed.
Communications staff in the athletic department will host a seminar for student leaders Monday focused on how to be smart on social media.
GW Hillel opened an application last week for the Israel Discussion Club fellowship, allowing up to 10 students to engage in weekly conversations about Israel.
Edward Della Torre, who served as an engineering professor for almost four decades, died last month. He was 85.
The GW College Democrats is switching the beneficiary of its February gala to focus on domestic violence awareness.
Nearly a year after its launch, GW’s online networking service boasts more than 1,300 alumni participants for students to turn to for career advice.
For the third year, protesters and speakers gathered – this time to celebrate the unprecedented diversity of candidates elected in the fall during the midterm elections and to criticize the president.