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Students packed Marvin Theatre Monday to watch Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump debate.
Maurice Joseph will serve as interim head coach of the men's basketball program this fall, the athletic department announced Tuesday afternoon.
The Student Association Senate voted unanimously in favor of divesting the University’s holdings in fossil fuels Monday night.
Acapellapalooza, a musical performance that showcases GW's acapella groups at Lisner, has been tapped as this year's Colonials Weekend headliner
The National Park Service announced Monday it would close access to inside the Washington Monument indefinitely.
The women’s rowing team opened its fall schedule at the Head of the Potomac regatta, an annual event hosted by the Potomac Boat Club.
JBKO was evacuated at about 4 p.m. Saturday after a burner was left on in a resident's room, University spokesman Brett Zongker said.
A recent alumnus and current White House staffer's email account was hacked this week, revealing political documents and messages from his time at GW.
D.C. officials removed homeless people living in tents near Washington Circle Tuesday, a liaison from Mayor Muriel Bowser’s office said at a neighborhood meeting Wednesday night.
People must now confront one of the most stubborn and widely held prejudices in American life: that North American Indians are relics of the past.
Tom Lagergren, better known as Matoma, is a breakout Norwegian DJ and producer that has gone from zero to hero. We sat down with him before his show at the A.I. this past Saturday.
You've almost made it through a month of school so celebrate with some music and comedy this weekend.
Ten sororities welcomed their new members at bid day on the National Mall Tuesday. Here are some of the moments sorority sisters shared with new members.
An adult man playing basketball at the Smith Center went into cardiac arrest Tuesday night.
The Young Turks opened up with students about politics, sexting and gender as they broadcasted live from the Jack Morton Auditorium Monday night.
An increased number of students are aware of how to contact the Title IX office, though most unwanted sexual acts still go unreported.
Mike Lonergan's attorneys said the former men's basketball head coach will "seek appropriate relief" for his termination following a probe into verbal and emotional abuse allegations.
Men's basketball head coach Mike Lonergan has officially been dismissed from the program, according to a statement released by Provost Forrest Maltzman Saturday afternoon.
Men’s basketball head coach Mike Lonergan has been fired, according to USA Today Sports.
The sale of the W Street house, the University's property near the Mount Vernon Campus, will fund financial aid for campus programs, the University announced Friday in a release.
The Atlantic 10 men’s soccer championship will remain on campus at Davidson’s Alumni Soccer Stadium in Davidson, N.C., the league announced Friday.