Christopher Mores, the program director for the Global Health Epidemiology and Disease Control MPH program, weighs in on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students celebrated the art and culture of South Asian societies in SMPA Saturday night in the Marvin Center.
The National Zoo hosted a Valentine’s Day celebration Friday night with two presentations focusing on animal dating and mating.
ArtRave DC hosted more than 50 local artists and vendors in Dupont Underground Sunday.
The Colonials suffered a loss Saturday against Rhode Island, dropping the contest 82–51 and extending their losing streak to three games.
The concert was co-hosted by LATAM and the African Graduate Student Association as part of GW’s annual Black Heritage Celebration.
A new sports venue is opening in Northeast D.C. where guests can enjoy axe throwing, football bowling and iceless curling.
Sunrise GW marched from Kogan Plaza to University President Thomas LeBlanc’s house and a nearby administrative office Wednesday.
The Colonials snapped their two-game win streak Sunday losing to the Saint Louis Billikens.
Hundreds gathered for a winter wonderland event at Ice Yards, where guests could take part in the polar plunge.