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The Atlantic 10 released the 2015-16 men’s basketball schedule pairings Tuesday, slating 18-game conference schedules for each of the league’s 14 teams for the second year in a row.
GW was one of 44 individuals, businesses or other D.C. organizations that received awards for historical preservation in ceremony, which was held earlier this month at DAR Constitution Hall.
The complaint says that regulations for drivers of services like Uber are Lyft are "significantly less burdensome, restrictive, and expensive."
The men's basketball team is planning a trip to Japan sometime during the 2016 summer, athletic director Patrick Nero told The Japan Times on Monday.
Baseball landed a pair of rookies on the Atlantic 10 All-Championship team in pitcher-second baseman double threat Robbie Metz and catcher Brandon Chapman, the league announced Saturday.
In case you missed it, here’s the best and worst news from around campus and the District this week.
The Colonials' season ended in a 2-1 loss to Davidson Friday night in the A-10 Championship, but resiliency was not lost in GW's last chance in the ninth inning.
Center for Student Engagement director Tim Miller said in an email that there are "several factors" that make up retention efforts at GW, including the work of residence advisors in residence halls, advisors who work with student organizations and "outdoor education and leadership programming."
The Colonials gathered 11 hits and four walks against six Richmond pitchers in a 7-2 win to survive and move on in the Atlantic 10 Championship.
Most GW students have left for the summer, and with them they will take their happy smiles and joyous laughter. I for one, will miss them.
For a weekend that's a little less about the stars and stripes, and a little more about your Monday off from work, read on.
A drunk and disorderly white man with a gun was spotted in front of Whole foods late Thursday night.
Updated: May 22, 2015 at 1:15 p.m.
The University's president and a former U.S. representative co-wrote an op-ed in a Capitol Hill news source on Wednesday to convince the federal government to increase research spending in developing medicines to combat illnesses like Alzheimer's disease.
Stewart, host of "The Daily Show," will headline two shows on Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Ticket prices will range from $50 to $99.
The Colonials will go onto play the loser of the Thursday morning game between No. 2 Rhode Island and No. 3 Richmond, at 5 p.m.
High school students and teachers will soon be able to use GW's curriculum on Malala Yousafazi's memoir with an update designed specifically for them.
The No. 6-seeded Colonials fell in their first game to No. 3-seeded Richmond 4-1 at The Tuck – the host field of the A-10 Championship.
About five fire trucks and an ambulance responded to the scene. The employees were evacuated.