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Despite a hard-hitting effort, the Colonials (14-13, 0-4 A-10) dropped both ends of a doubleheader to the Bonnies (6-12, 2-3 A-10) this weekend, trounced 9-1 in the first contest and 6-2 in the second.
Clean shaven for the first time since October, the baseball team swept its Atlantic 10 series against St. Bonaventure, winning the first two games by one run and blowing out the final game to the tune of 8-1 on Sunday.
Kites glided through the sky at the fifth annual Blossom Kite Festival held at the Washington Monument on Saturday.
Cook, who has been with Apple since 1998, told Fortune magazine that he wants to continue to direct his riches toward worthwhile organizations after he pays for his 10-year-old nephew's college education.
GW Class Council offered a taste of cultures from around the world all under the roof of the Marvin Center's Continental Ballroom for "International Night."
For GW students – particularly freshmen, who were not here to follow the case initially – and for D.C. residents in general, we should be outraged by the way the city has handled its homelessness crisis.
Like them or hate them, there’s tremendous value in student elections.
An open music department improved my life at GW in ways beyond measure, and seeing that door close to others is heartbreaking.
A total of 5,456 students voted in this year’s election.
Junior Andie Dowd was elected the next president of the Student Association on Thursday, winning the election with 48.7 percent of the vote.
The board was supposed to vote on GW's plans Thursday to renovate the 17th Street building, but board members said that since the University submitted more information for the case, more review will be needed before a decision can be made.
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Nearly 800 people have signed a petition asking the University to restore funding to the music department, as well as the theater and dance department.
As members of organizations that tout strong values and close-knit communities, Greek students should most fiercely condemn racist rhetoric – not perpetuate it.
Women’s basketball junior Jonquel Jones was nominated for the 2015 Women's Basketball Coaches Association Division I All-America Team, the Association announced Wednesday.
The Student Association debate took place Tuesday evening in Jack Morton auditorium.
Norton spoke alongside leaders from Planned Parenthood and Reproductive Rights Action League. The group urged the audience to “Fight for our right to choose.”
The softball team suffered a double dose of losses in its Atlantic 10 opener against La Salle on Sunday, after entering conference play with eight wins in a row.
Prior journalism experience is not required, and the spot is open to undergraduate or graduate students of any field of study.
Freshman guard Darian Bryant will transfer from the men's basketball team, an athletics communications staff member confirmed Tuesday.
Undergraduates can gain mentors and contemporaries willing to push how they apply critical thinking to their interests, and graduate students can better understand how academia is changing with new student populations.
The museum, which officially opened this weekend, has over 19,000 textiles and carpets.
Griffin, who suffered from the lack of spacing on the court this season but struggled with inconsistency in his shot, was the only sophomore on the team.