Officials added three off-campus locations to the SafeRide program, expanding late-night transportation options for students.
Head to an arts festival on Friday, support local fashion Saturday and head to an exhibit at the African American History Museum on Sunday.
Officials said business school graduate students can pursue certificates in crisis management, energy systems management and environmental systems management.
The senate voted in favor of an option for students to view live class recordings of lectures and discussions instead of attending class in person.
Some community members are saying the University’s contact tracing system is missing details like the time and location of potential exposures.
About 80 protesters marched from Washington Circle to the U.S. Capitol and urged lawmakers to pass legislation addressing climate change Monday.
Professors from CCAS and the Elliott School discussed how the program will host monthly discussions on topics about religion and public policy.
More than 10 community members said they couldn’t find any available COVID-19 testing appointments for up to more than a week.
Nearly 4,500 students have tapped into Lerner this year after more than a year of closures and restrictions limited gym capacity.
Yun-Da Tsai, the court’s chief justice, said he filed a preliminary injunction to block an SA elections committee from setting referenda until Sept. 27.
Staff members reported that Amazon packages at the West Hall loading dock were stolen by an unknown subject Wednesday.
A professor of medicine received a $1.8 million grant to inhibit proteins that strengthen drug resistance in cancer cells.
Officials should allow and require professors to enforce COVID-19 policies in their classroom and reprimand students who ignore them.
The Editorial Board has not historically had much praise for the Board of Trustees, but we think they made the right call here.
It should not have taken a crisis for administrators to address students’ long-standing concerns about their residence halls.
It’s important that the GW community fit some time into our busy schedules to process the past year.
If the University purports to have a true interest in academic freedom, it needs to justify its support of the RSC.
Adding dining halls will allow students to eat healthy and affordable food – but GW should make sure it actually ends up being reasonably priced in practice.
With cigar smoke lingering around you and a rum cocktail in your hand dining at Casta’s Rum Bar feels like a tropical escape.
Boost your bar-hopping game by mastering Pacman or Ping Pong while you sip on cocktails at one of these local spots.
Whether you’re looking for a challenging hike a peaceful walk in the forest, the DMV area is home to plenty of trail options.
Despite a hotly contested first half, the Colonials were ultimately unable to keep pace with Duquesne’s offense.
As the COVID-19 pandemic surged through the nation, student-athletes were forced to confront a new reality as their mental health suffered.
Softball head coach Chrissy Schoonmaker appointed Brian Burgamy as the third and final member of her coaching staff last Friday.
After finishing sixth at the A-10 tournament last year, golf is looking to improve team building to perform better season.
Men’s water polo is returning to the pool looking to hit its stride after an unpredictable season last year.
Jeti, a location-based app which users can post on anonymously, has gained traction among students since the start of the semester.
An Elliott School of International Affairs professor and student leaders discuss ways students can get involved in helping incoming Afghan refugees to the D.C. area.
Sophomore Abby Schaub races to first base during softball’s first scrimmage of their upcoming season.
George’s Army was finally able fill the stands for last Sunday’s volleyball home opener as Smith Center returns to full capacity.
Construction workers removed the “Cloyd Heck Marvin Center” lettering from the building’s exterior Wednesday after officials announced the building’s renaming
Crowds gathered at Black Lives Matter Plaza Tuesday evening after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd.
Host Alec Rich speaks with the former provost at Washington University in St. Louis about what to expect from Mark Wrighton, the incoming interim president.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with Rachel Cohen, one of the founders of pop-up thrift store POP!
Host Alec Rich speaks with students and Student Association leadership about the mold found in campus residence halls.