Mia Simonetti launched Take Back the Tap, a campaign that encourages students to opt for reusable water bottles, to reduce plastic waste at the University.
The Young America’s Foundation hosted an event for students to write letters to veterans in Kogan Plaza Tuesday.
The hotel recently received a facelift and now houses an American restaurant dubbed Notti 824, which opened last week.
GW’s top two political student organizations hosted watch parties as results for the much anticipated 2018 midterm elections rolled in Tuesday night.
International entrepreneur and community leader Elena Son is attempting to unseat current chairman William Kennedy Smith in district 2A04.
Trupti Patel is running for the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission seat 2A03 to solve local issues and increase a sense of community.
Jeri Epstein is running unopposed for seat 2A06 in the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission.
The roster for women’s basketball features newcomers and returning powerhouses that will make up the 2018-19 squad.
The men’s basketball roster features incoming freshmen with promising high school stats and young returners rising to the top.
The Colonial Health Center hosted Boo Bash, an event for students to celebrate Halloween with pumpkin decorating and lawn games.