While students eye the future of a storied residence hall with new glamor, darker headlines in D.C. overshadow the anticipation of their return to the city.
For every step forward University and city leaders take in this week’s headlines, there seems to be at least one step back.
Hard-fought activism wins – Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is no longer teaching at GW.
While recent changes to GW’s Foggy Bottom Campus are no doubt improvements, this week’s headlines are a reminder that progress isn’t so simple.
In a major step back from its original plans, the University announced none of the new dining halls will open by the start of the fall semester.
From F Street House to Pennsylvania Avenue, the best and worst of this week’s headlines all have one thing in common – politics and power.
This past week, we saw one of the most disheartening headlines in recent history.
Despite a few highlights, the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic and gun violence continue to cast a shadow over this summer.
One month into summer break, GW is changing things up. To catch you up on all the ups and downs, here’s the best and worst of this week’s headlines:
From administrative changes to an uptick in COVID-19 cases and a lawsuit against GW’s athletics department, here’s the best and worst of this week’s headlines.