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When celebrity chef Jose Andrés turned the tables and fired Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidate didn't take it lightly.
University President Steven Knapp awarded the highest award he can give, the George Washington University President's Metal, to crooner Tony Bennett and his wife, Susan Benedetto, for their dedication to the arts at the Corcoran building Thursday night.
When a manager at a Metro station couldn't retrieve a paper fare card stuck in a vending machine, a journalism professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs contacted the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority through Twitter - and got the card back later that day.
The GW Cancer Institute will use a $250,000 grant approved on Thursday to create an online community for cancer patient care.
In case you missed it, here’s the best and worst news from around campus and the District this week.
Recently, I had an enlightening moment that changed my mind and made me realize that we’re all vulnerable online.
Forward Ryan McCoy will not play in 2015-16, an athletics department spokesman confirmed Thursday.
Nearly a month after technical difficulties prevented fans of Jon Stewart from purchasing tickets to see his Colonials Weekend performance, the University announced ticket sales will resume at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 4.
If Olivia’s decides to expand its wonky hours, it could become a staple for late-night revelers and those in need of a study break.
Chicago was placed No. 1 and New York City earned second place. San Francisco edged out D.C. for the top five.
The Senate is moving closer to creating legislation to require stronger responses to sexual assault on college campuses, the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
West End Market will have its liquor license back in time for classes after serving a 30 day suspension by D.C.'s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.
A recruiting class of 22 runners will join the cross country and track program this fall.
A fellow Washington namesake university announced a partnership with the School of Medicine and Health Sciences to give their honors students a guaranteed acceptance to medical school.
The Colonials added Clemson transfer Fernando Sala to their 2015-16 roster Wednesday.
This post was written by assistant news editors Ryan Lasker and Robin Eberhardt.
One Metro Police Department director allegedly isn't a fan of the maple leaf.
Not everyone exposed to HIV ends up with the virus, a GW professor found.
Updated: July 27, 2015 at 10:18 p.m.
GW tallied $230 million in gifts last fiscal year, marking the biggest fundraising year in University history.