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Christian comes to GW after spending one season at Siena, where he led the Saints to a 17-16 record overall and an 11–7 showing in... [Read More]
Administrators must recognize the devotion and hard work that students put toward their education by giving credit to students who pass AP exams. [Read More]
Roughly 75 students gathered in the Marvin Center Amphitheater Wednesday for an annual debate among Student Association candidates. [Read More]
It may have been difficult to get back into the swing of things after spring break, but there are events around the District to help... [Read More]
After more than half a year of vacancy, the former Lindy's Red Lion space will be filled at The Shops at 2000 Penn. [Read More]
A researcher in the public health school was awarded $1.2 million last semester to research the way Bangladeshi infants contract an infectious bacteria. [Read More]
Nicolaas Fourie, a research professor of anthropology who earned his doctorate from GW, died last month at 38. [Read More]
Visitors of the Smithsonian museums with visual impairments will now be able to better interact with exhibits after the implementation of a new technology. [Read More]
The next time you head into Whole Foods, skip out on the hot bar or kiosks and choose to order from Foodhini. [Read More]
The module is more about teaching minorities how to treat their oppressors than it is about how to end oppression. [Read More]
More than 200 Asian professors were employed in 2018, the highest number in at least a decade, officials said earlier this month. [Read More]
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Members of the Progressive Student Union said administrators have not addressed a list of 10 demands regarding labor conditions at GW. [Read More]
A group of students launched a new off-campus organization Monday providing free emergency contraception. [Read More]
A new project in the School of Media and Public Affairs will ask political communication students to consider the ethics of their field. [Read More]
Officials plan to house upperclassmen in a graduate residence hall and off-campus hotel while Thurston Hall receives renovations. [Read More]
The candidates for SA president and executive vice president participated in a debate at the Marvin Center Wednesday night. [Read More]
The D.C. Council unanimously voted Tuesday to reprimand Councilmember Jack Evans, who is currently under federal investigation. [Read More]
John Thompson III helmed Georgetown's men's basketball program from 2004-17 and was named as a potential candidate for GW's men's basketball head coaching job. [Read More]
Darrell Darnell, the leader of the GW Police Department, has at least temporarily exited his position, a University spokeswoman confirmed. [Read More]
Experts in consumer product safety discussed the importance of consumer safety regulations at the law school last week. [Read More]
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