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The man who jumped the fence at the White House on Friday was brought to GW Hospital after he was apprehended by the Secret Service, the Associated Press reported.
The male student, who was studying in the business school, was found in an off-campus apartment, according to a statement from GW.
The K St. location represents the beginning of a major expansion for &pizza, with plans to open up to nine additional locations throughout D.C., Maryland and Virginia over 2014 and 2015.
The New Jersey-born, L.A.-bred comic will stop at Lisner Auditorium Saturday night, part of his "Under No Influence" tour. With a lead role in the new NBC sitcom, "Undateable," a new standup tour, and a film in the works, D'Elia isn't about to slow down.
The University dedicated the former Ivory Tower residence hall to Mark Shenkman on Friday, four months after he made a $5 million donation and GW renamed the hall after him.
When the Science and Engineering Hall opens in January, students will see one of the most high-tech academic spaces at GW to date, which was built with an eye toward sustainability.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden launched a campus sexual assault prevention initiative at the White House Friday, surrounded by advocates, survivors and college administrators.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Robert Evans
Curators at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian are hoping to highlight a different side of American history in what will be the largest collection of treaties ever available to museum-goers.
For those of you studying political science or international affairs, we all have a rare look into what happens when a relationship between two nations disintegrates.
Kick start your weekend with festivals celebrating everything from banned books to beer to bacon.
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Benjamin Kershner.
Every year, sororities welcome their new members on Bid Day at University Yard, when current sisters deck themselves out in matching colorful outfits before chanting and screaming the refrains that they once learned on their first bid days at GW.
Men’s soccer emerged from a battle of attrition with its third consecutive win Tuesday, edging No. 22 Navy 2-1 in double overtime.
After a perfect 4-0 weekend at the Bison Invitational, two men’s water polo players received weekly honors from the Collegiate Water Polo Association on Tuesday.
The volleyball team got back in the win column Tuesday with a straight-sets victory over Georgetown.
A Georgetown University student died of "apparent meningitis" on Tuesday.
“Wetlands” follows the exploits of sex-obsessed teenager Helen Memel (Carla Juri), who spends her time experimenting with various sexual escapades while scheming to reunite her separated parents.
Negative coverage of our events is mostly old hat, and usually we’re more amused than upset by our detractors. But this just didn’t feel like the right occasion to be insulted.