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Students looking for an eco-friendly way to dispose of their leftover J Street salads will have to search no longer.
A university's financial foundation keeps the show going. What are some tell-tale signs that the show is leading up to its curtain call?
GW officials are taking more than 2,500 alumni's checks to the bank this week — and two of them total more than $60,000.
If fireworks and picnics aren’t your thing, there are plenty of other ways — from indoor beaches to midnight movies — to spend your Independence Day in D.C.
For a view of fireworks and an Independence Day dinner, head to one of the District’s rooftop restaurants.
The D.C. Zoning Commission published stricter regulations on adding additional levels to rowhomes and converting the houses to multi-unit apartments in some areas of the city Friday, The Washington Business Journal reported Monday.
The D.C. Council voted Tuesday to raise the stakes for businesses caught selling synthetic marijuana, making it a $10,000 misstep on the first violation, DCist reported Tuesday.
The national group that governs sorority life on college campuses published a report Tuesday following an effort started last year to raise awareness and safety of sexual assault involving its members.
Students can now say they attend the Emmy Award-winning George Washington University.
The University’s fundraising office is looking for ten new employees to rake in the next $60 million to round out its $1 billion fundraising campaign.
The changes, which were announced in a University release Monday, will include allowing associate professors to participate in the Faculty Senate, updating how faculty members are promoted and streamlining how deans of each school are chosen.
A longtime faculty member of the Elliott School of International Affairs will take over the position of the school's interim dean next month, according to a University release.
When he's not teaching painting as an adjunct professor at the Corcoran School, artist and Corcoran alum Jeff Huntington is trying to expand the street art scene in Annapolis, Md, where he resides.
In case you missed it, here’s the best and worst news from around campus and the District this week.
Gay marriage is legal in all 50 states after the Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 in a landmark decision Friday. Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote the majority opinion for the ruling, which marks the culmination of a years-long fight for gay rights activists.
Homicide rates increased by 20 percent in 2015, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
The Colonials have added a third member to their incoming freshman class in infielder Ashley Schnarrs, the athletic department announced Wednesday.
The men's tennis team bolstered its coaching staff by bringing on former UNC-Wilmington No. 1 Rafael Aita as an assistant coach, the athletic department announced Thursday.
To get to know the anonymous student behind @Donald_4_GW, the parody Twitter account for presidential candidate and real estate mogul Donald Trump, we simply tweeted.
Following a semester of research and evaluation, a group of faculty and staff have found that GW’s employee benefits are not competitive with peer universities’, and an official has announced a plan to fix that.
An Amstel Light beer garden, wine tastings and the world's largest grill will crop up during the two-day festival.
Once Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president more than a week ago, senior Conor McGrath decided to poke fun at the real estate mogul with a Facebook group in mock support.