GW should be more transparent in their admissions process and shouldn’t base decisions on factors applicants can’t control.
The news we get from social media can be biased and doesn’t usually affect our local community. Instead students should pick up a printed newspaper.
You won’t find many 18 to 24 year olds with inky fingers from flipping through print newspapers, but my generation is far from newsless.
GW’s sports teams are tops among colleges in and around the District, at least according to readers of The Washington Post. In the Best Of D.C. issue, released by the Post’s magazine Express Thursday, the Colonials were voted the best D.C.-area college athletics, and the Charles E. Smith center was voted the best place to […]
Metro officials announced speed restrictions on the Blue, Orange, and Silver lines that will continue for several weeks.
In a sharp change from her original stance against releasing footage from police body cameras, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has proposed a new plan that would release more footage from D.C. officers than any other U.S. city, The Washington Post reported Monday. Bowser’s plan would allow private citizens to have access to thousands of police […]
In case you missed it, here’s the best and worst news from around campus and the District this week.
In the D.C. Council’s last legislative session before the fall on Tuesday, lawmakers proposed several pieces of legislation that targeted crime in the District, The Washington Post reported. Ward 2 Council member Jack Evans, who represents Foggy Bottom, introduced a bill that would require Metropolitan Police Department officers to tow and impound cars if the […]
More houses in the D.C. metropolitan area were sold last month than in any month since June 2006, according to data from RealEstate Business Insider, The Washington Post reported Friday. 5,652 homes were sold last month, marking a 13 percent increase from June of last year and a seven-month trend in increases in home sales […]
Andrés, who is a former adjunct professor at GW and a member of University President Steven Knapp’s already operates eight eateries and a food truck in D.C.