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Representatives from five countries analyzed the best way to close the gap for funding infrastructure projects at an International Monetary Fund meeting Friday.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde kicked off the IMF flagship seminars for the 2015 spring meetings with a conversation on global economy at the Lisner Auditorium Thursday.
Before entering the building, the group posed for a photo, and on Berry’s order of “fists to the sky,” they raised their arms.
The softball team resorted to playing small ball against Coppin State on Wednesday afternoon, but it brought the Colonials a 5-0 win on just six hits.
I tell my students that while I hope they practice hard and become better musicians, my primary focus is to get them to perform up to their current highest level. But my band has apparently been eliminated, at least for the fall 2015 semester.
This post was written by Hatchet reporters Robin Eberhardt and Ben Marchiony
I spent my weekend how I usually spend it: up before sunrise and running around until way past sunset. The only difference in my hectic schedule was that I was accompanied by a Fitbit.
A 16-hit night earned GW a 10-1 win against UMES in Princess Anne, Md. on Wednesday to improve to 22-10 on the season.
The 30th annual Excellence in Student Life Awards were held Wednesday night at Lisner Auditorium honoring students, student organizations, faculty and staff for extracurricular achievements at the University.
Six alumni were honored by the GW Alumni Association Wednesday for their efforts to support programming across the University.
A University Police Department officer and advocates from Stop Street Harassment and Collective Action for Safe Spaces passed out pamphlets and bracelets promoting harassment prevention outside the Foggy Bottom Metro station Wednesday
Fortune magazine estimates that a GW business school graduate student will receive $609,800 more than a high school graduate over a 20-year time frame after paying off the amount of their four-year tuition.
The D.C. Council proposed a bill Tuesday that would require city health care professionals to receive LGBT sensitivity training.
If you think a friend would ask for help if he or she really needed it, you are mistaken. He or she may want to protect his or her partner, or may feel ashamed or afraid of judgment.
Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski used Twitter on Tuesday to respond to students' demands for in-person, mandatory sexual assault prevention training at Colonial Inauguration.
More than 300 students, parents, coaches and alumni made gifts to the athletic department through the first-ever Buff and Blue Fund Challenge.
A national police accrediting agency awarded the University Police Department a stamp of approval last month.
A female student was arrested last week for possession of lysergic acid diethylamide, commonly known as LSD, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.
Students running for SA president, SA executive vice president, and top positions on Program Board will only be able to spend $750 on their campaigns, a decrease of 25 percent from the past election. SA Senators at Large can now only spend $500, and the spending cap for students running for all other SA senate and Class Council seats was cut in half to $250.
D.C. Council members had their first opportunity to publicly comment on Mayor Muriel Bowser's proposed $12.9 billion budget Monday, honing in on her plans to increase funding for homeless shelters and affordable housing.
The winner of this year's Trashion Show was Tara Adam, who designed a dress made of trash bags that was modeled after Lupita Nyong'o's Academy Awards dress.
About 30 students joined Students Against Sexual Assault members Monday as they demanded administrators to implement mandatory sexual assault education at Colonial Inauguration.
Kick your summer diet to the curb and indulge in free treats in Georgetown.
Fourth-year Athletic Director Patrick Nero has signed a contract extension to remain at GW through the 2020-21 academic year, the athletic department announced Monday.
Here's a sample of what happened on the water and on the playing fields over the weekend.
After splitting two games Saturday, softball, which has struggled with consistency in league play all season, earned its first conference series win with a 9-5 come-from-behind victory against Saint Louis Sunday.