Alumni and the Faculty Association president discussed the history of former GW president Cloyd Heck Marvin and the current push to rename the Marvin Center.
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Washington Saturday to protest President Donald Trump and his Supreme Court nomination Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Pre-law students are taking matters into their own hands after the University let its pre-law adviser go over the summer.
Sophomore Kariann Tan talks about what it’s like to be one of about 500 students living on campus this fall.
Hundreds took to the streets Wednesday to protest the grand jury ruling in the police killing of Breonna Taylor.
Thousands gathered outside of the Supreme Court to commemorate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died from complications from pancreatic cancer Friday.
Students and faculty marched through campus Friday as part of ongoing calls for University President Thomas LeBlanc to resign.
Students discussed how history professor Jessica Krug’s lie about her Black identity have altered their perception of academia and the University
Thousands gathered on the National Mall Friday for the “Get your knee off our necks” commitment March, organized by the National Action Network to recognize the police killings and shootings of Black Americans and protest racial discrimination.
Outside of national headlines, there is years’ worth of learning to unpack related to the Black Lives Matter movement.