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The debt load is about $220 million more than GW’s has in the bank from its about $1.5 billion endowment.
Two intersections near campus are considered some of the most dangerous in the city.
Fans at the Smith Center had two reasons to be excited Tuesday night: not only did the Washington Kastles defeat the Springfield Lasers 4-1, but First Lady Michelle Obama was there to cheer on the home team.
Mitt Romney may have lost his presidential bid in 2012, but now his campaign manager will get to teach budding GW politicos what he's learned from the defeat.
The concept behind Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” is one-of-a-kind: a movie that follows a boy from age six to 18, filmed with the same actors over 12 years.
When students return to campus this fall, they will connect their laptops, tablets and smartphones to a new wireless network.
The debates between Israelis and Palestinians are much the same. What is lost in these bitter exchanges is what the conflict is really about. It’s about two peoples who claim the same land on the basis of two very different national narratives.
DeMarco, with his new indie-pop album “Salad Days,” played the last show of his U.S. tour Saturday night at the 9:30 Club.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Surya Greer.
Ryan Shucard, a former student, was released from police custody Saturday after pleading not guilty to bringing a felony weapon charge.
Summer may be winding down, but that doesn't mean you have to follow suit. Keep your week alive with some concerts, comedy and films.
A D.C. Superior Court judge will rule Monday whether an advocacy group can intervene in the University's deal to acquire the Corcoran College of Art + Design.
The coins, featuring a profile of the first president, are meant to give owners a sense of pride in Washington's vision for a college in the nation's capital.
The University’s fledgling combination cross country and track team filled in several organizational blanks Thursday when fourth-year head coach Terry Weir announced the fall schedule of cross country races as well as the incoming recruiting class.
When two GW students boarded planes to Israel at the beginning of the summer, neither gave much thought to whether they would find themselves in the line of rocket fire a month later.
We’d rather not discuss how many weekends are left until classes begin, and we're sure you don't either. Keep summer alive with these weekend events, sure to help you check a few items off your D.C. bucket list.
Former women’s basketball star Tara Booker finished her first season of professional basketball overseas earlier this summer, with her first year out of college taking her from Luxembourg to Australia.
Police arrested a former student Friday on Capitol Hill after he allegedly tried to bring a gun into a House of Representatives office building.
The D.C. attorney general's office endorsed GW’s acquisition of the Corcoran College of Art + Design late Wednesday, just days before a hearing on the merger.
Getting caught with less than one ounce of marijuana isn't such a big deal anymore in the District.
The ousted dean of GW's business school was one of the architects behind D.C.'s latest plan to kickstart the local economy.
Although the University has an urban campus, and is proud of it, it needs to make a more substantial investment in educating students about agriculture.
Former World No. 1 player Venus Williams stepped onto the court Wednesday, winning a doubles set with a longtime rival but losing a singles set later in the night.