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President Barack Obama's administration unveiled a set of factors Friday that it will consider when publishing a college ratings system by the start of the next academic year.
More than 850 students, alumni and parents have signed an online petition to keep Rabbi Yehuda Steiner and his wife, Rivky, on campus after they were fired earlier this year.
City Hall residents will receive a partial refund from the University after a semester of complaints about intrusive construction and a WiFi outage during finals week.
Take advantage of your free time with the best of Netflix's latest, from Britney Spears' 2002 cinematic debut to 236 hours of "Friends."
Christy Willis, the executive director of DSS, will step down after 30 years at GW.
Discomfort is definitely the feeling one experiences when watching director Ruben Östlund’s “Force Majeure," a Swedish film that follows a family on vacation at a ski resort in the French Alps.
Only one member of the public spoke at a hearing Monday for the University Police Department's accreditation review.
The Washington Humane Society will offer playtime with adoptable cats in two VIP rooms of the Rock & Roll Hotel on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m.
GW beat Memphis 63-44 to bring its record to 8-2, the team’s best start since the 2006-07 season.
After going back and forth early, the Colonials fell flat in the second half, losing to Penn State 64-51 on the road Sunday and falling to 6-3 on the season.
Finals aren't even over yet, but there's already a reason to get excited to head back to campus come spring. As with all things exciting, it involves food – kabobs, to be exact.
GW has found some rhythm lately and will search for its fourth consecutive win against the No. 42 team in RPI. GW is ranked No. 44.
The Colonials pulled their season record against the Big East to .500 with the A-10’s first win over a member of the other basketball-centric conference, defeating DePaul 81-68.
As the semester winds down, go out with a bang by exploring a new exhibit at Freer Gallery or shopping at fashion trucks all weekend.
The Supreme Court will not announce its decision until next summer, but no matter the outcome, Elonis’ case has without a doubt prompted questions about how what we put on the Internet can come back to bite us.
A faculty and staff task force will take a deeper dive into GW’s benefits packages, University President Steven Knapp announced at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday.
Men’s basketball dominated DePaul inside, scoring more than half of their points in the paint, to defeat the DePaul Blue Demons 81-68 Thursday at the Smith Center.
The center will bring Student Health Service, the University Counseling Center and the Center for Alcohol and other Drug Education under one roof.
Congress could negate last month's vote in favor of marijuana legalization in D.C. Thursday as part of a bill that will fund the federal government until September.