The Colonials defeated the Pirates in GW’s second win of the year Saturday.
The Hawaii Club celebrated their 20th annual luau with fire and hula dancing in Kogan Plaza Thursday night.
Locals boycotted Wendy’s, located on Georgia Avenue, Sunday for allegedly refusing to combat sexual violence on their farms.
A vigil for healing, called “Catharsis on the Mall,” featured guest speakers, workshops, art, music and cathartic dance this weekend.
The Colonials lost to the Jackrabbits 97-88 in overtime Sunday afternoon after leading in the final seconds of regulation.
The Colonials defeated the Bison 84-75 at Friday night’s season opener. This is the fifth consecutive year that men’s basketball won the first game of the season.
About 20 students celebrated the last night of Love Your Body Week with mug decorating in the Marvin Center Thursday.
Students marched on Capitol Hill Thursday to pressure members of Congress to pass protections to ensure DACA recipients can stay in the country.
Five dogs who had been displaced by Hurricane Harvey were transported to Best Friends Animal Society in Arlington Monday.
Thirty D.C.-based graffiti artists participated in a live street art demonstration during the Fine Lines Paint Jam at the Kennedy Center Sunday.