Laughing Hyena Tattoos, a tattoo parlor in Columbia Heights, offered $40 tattoos on International Women’s Day.
Men’s basketball earned a trip to the second round of the Atlantic 10 Championship for the fifth consecutive year in a row after beating Fordham 78–72 at the Capital One Arena Wednesday night.
The Colonials defeated Saint Joseph’s 65–49 to grab GW’s third A-10 title in four years and the first under head coach Jennifer Rizzotti.
The Colonials took down the Rams 72–56 Wednesday night at their last home game of the regular season.
More than 20 faculty study HIV at GW, working on projects ranging from finding better avenues for treatment to directly seeking to develop a cure.
Students in the multicultural community performed Soul Revue in Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday.
Men’s basketball defeated the Spiders 103–77 at the Smith Center Wednesday night.
About 70 students attended the vigil that was held in honor of the 17 victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. last week.
Officials have recently boosted the dining plan for undergraduate students, but graduate students say GW hasn’t done enough to alleviate their food insecurity.
Residents celebrated the Year of the Dog at the annual Chinese New Year Parade in Chinatown Sunday.