The University went public this week with news that cyclist and philanthropist Lance Armstrong will be the new dean of admissions.
Tired of students texting and whispering class, renowned chef Jose Andres flung an entire pot of scalding bisque onto the first three rows in his much-hyped food science course last week.
The University announced Monday that it would cease recording transcripts and instead only give students oral reports of their academic progress.
As acceptance letters landed in Class of 2017 inboxes last week, administrators touted an upsurge in the number of hipsters who will make up the incoming freshman class.
April Fool’s Issue: Court cites students’ Facebook pictures in decision to strike down gay marriage bans
The Supreme Court issued a surprisingly early decision on the country’s same-sex marriage bans Monday, pointing to the flood of red equals signs that filled their Facebook feeds last week in a sweeping gay marriage victory.
A University administrator broke from his leash and conducted an interview Sunday without a media relations babysitter, marking the first time a GW official independently and candidly responded to questions with coherent thoughts and full sentences.
Zoning officials this week deemed GW’s massive science and engineering building structurally unsound, and construction workers are blaming the University for refusing to print a blueprint.
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When her castmates told her to “break a leg” before her final dress rehearsal, Jane Jones didn’t actually expect to find herself in the GDub Hospital.
Economic development officials and leaders of non-governmental organizations announced at the World Bank last week that global poverty has hit an all-time low because of GW students’ alternative breaks efforts.