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GW will offer temporary dining options in District House while the residence hall's new vendors prepare to open.
Alternative rock band The Mowglis and Afro-European superstars Nico & Vinz will perform as the first dual headliners in Fall Fest history, the Program Board announced Monday.
The Dîner en Blanc — French for “dinner in white”— is an annual pop-up picnic that originated in Paris in the 1980s.
Residents in 2109 F Street were evacuated temporarily Friday morning because of a natural gas leak, University officials confirmed.
A Washington Post reporter who spent more than a year in an Iranian prison was added to the list of distinguished Terker fellows in the School of Media and Public Affairs.
A professor in the law school will step up as vice provost for faculty affairs, according to a University release.
It’s move-in weekend and while most people will be breaking their backs moving box after box into their new dorms, the lucky few who have moved in already will have free time to get out and about in the city.
David Macpherson will helm the 2016-2017 men’s tennis program, Athletic Director Patrick Nero announced Wednesday.
James DeFeo will be the next head coach of GW softball, Athletic Director Patrick Nero announced Wednesday.
The San Francisco-area brand will be located on the new residence hall's ground level.
Peter Newsham, the department's assistant chief, will take over for Lanier Sept. 17.
GW's first director of retention joined the University this month, officials confirmed Friday.
In case you missed it, here’s the best and worst news from around campus and the District this week.
The national executive search firm Isaacson, Miller was selected to identify potential candidates.
GW has joined a planned $500 million "smart city" project in Ashburn, Va. to help build the "backbone" for the high-tech city, according to the Washington Business Journal.
Metropolitan Police Department Chief Cathy Lanier announced she will resign from her position next month to take a job being the head of security for the National Football League.
Researchers at GW are partnering with four other groups to develop new solar cells with plans to create the world’s most efficient solar panel, according to a University release.
All commuter students should try to experience independence from their families at least once before they graduate.
GW sold the Hall on Virginia Avenue for $36 million to become residential apartments.
Sigma Phi Epsilon’s national organization voted to close its GW chapter last month.