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Student Association President Nick Gumas said at Monday's SA Senate meeting that he will veto the proposed budget to fund student organizations for the next academic year.
American University's acceptance rate dropped 11 points to 35 percent this year, a significantly lower acceptance rate than GW's for the Class of 2019.
GW fell to 11-6 on the season, one game back in the loss column of Richmond and Rhode Island, who they’ll play next weekend, for first place in the Atlantic 10, with two conference series left in the season.
Casal Català of D.C. hosted the first annual World Book Day, also a traditional Catalonian festival known as Sant Jordi.
Each speaker on the panel had experienced the shortcomings of college counseling programs, and they emphasized major elements of successful on-campus support programs for students recovering from mental illness or substance abuse.
The interior of the Corcoran Gallery of Art on 17th Street will become a historic landmark.
An Earth Day summit brought students and professionals in agriculture and climate change to talk about hot-button issues like genetically modified organisms and world hunger Thursday.
Athletic director Patrick Nero has named James Winchester the new head coach for the Swimming and Diving program, the athletic department announced Thursday.
The GW Vibes took first place this year, beating last year's winner, the GW MotherFunkers.
Even though GW is a liberal campus that aims to be inclusive, other schools are being more creative in their support of transgender rights.
The hordes of tourists have dwindled post-cherry blossom bloom so now’s your chance to snag a Capital Bike – or your roommate’s – and explore the District.
I’m going to work hard during the summer months and give my best at my internship, but I’m also going to take advantage of the season.
D.C. residents had a smoke-in at the Capitol on April 20 to celebrate the legalization of marijuana in the District.
Two transfer guards have committed to the GW men’s basketball program, according to reports from CBSSports.com's Jon Rothstein Tuesday.
GW’s top officials got some fresh air on Earth Day Wednesday to speak while students and representatives from companies promoting sustainability mingled under a big white tent in Kogan Plaza.
Men's basketball freshman Yuta Watanabe has been invited to greet Shinzō Abe, the Prime Minister of Japan, at the White House on Tuesday, the athletic department announced Wednesday.
Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., spoke to students in an event hosted by the GW College Democrats on Tuesday in the Marvin Center Amphitheater about the importance of new leaders in Washington.
GW scored six runs in the final two frames to defeat the Tigers 8-4 in their 24th win of the season.
Freshmen Alana Anderson and Sarah Costlow helped GW earn its fourth consecutive home win with a 4-2 decision over crosstown-rival Georgetown in the team's non-conference finale Tuesday.
Eleven-time Olympic swimming medalist Mark Spitz told members of the Greek community about his athletic success Tuesday evening during the annual Grand Chapter in Lisner Auditorium.
The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association announced Tuesday that sophomore Eddie Muhl was one of 39 players on its midseason watch list for the Stopper of the Year Award.
GW has sold the Fillmore building to a nonprofit called the S&R Foundation, the University announced Tuesday afternoon.
The IFC unanimously elected Keaton White as the group's new leader, according to a release.