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The Office of Safety and Security released two videos Wednesday to help students and faculty avoid and prevent violence on campus.
Washington Nationals fans won't have to leave post-season games early this year to catch a Metro ride home.
A 13-7 loss to No. 12 Princeton extended men’s water polo’s losing streak to four Sunday.
Concerts, comedy shows, panels and celeb speakers. In other words, it’s just your average week in Washington. Check out this week's top picks, from live Afro-Brazilian tunes to a comedy festival to ease your midterm-month woes.
Ease into the week with stripped versions of hit tracks, like Sam Smith's "Latch" and Ellie Goulding's "I Need Your Love." While you listen, check out this week's picks in music, art and lit.
The Colonials came out ahead Saturday against a winless Fordham team after they struggled to stay energized throughout the game.
The 31-year-old comedian carried on with jokes about modern relationships, rattling off lines on everything from catcalling to dealing with flaky friends, each joke followed by an explosion of laughter from the audience.
A 2-1 victory gave GW (7-2-0) its first win in program history over George Mason (2-7-0) Saturday.
Men’s soccer lost 4-0 to Saint Peter’s on Saturday, the team's second consecutive shutout and third-straight loss.
The steps of the Corcoran Gallery of Art were crowded with former staff members, supporters, artists and students Saturday for a mock funeral days before the museum's galleries are set to close.
Whether your interests lie in short stories, creative writing or even graphic novels, these unique clubs make it easy to find time for literary endeavors.
Down two sets to one against Rhode Island in their Atlantic 10 conference opener, the Colonials were well aware that the only way they could defeat the Rams Friday night was in five sets.
President of the Republic of Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono spoke Friday to a packed audience in the Jack Morton Auditorium, discussing how Southeast Asia has recovered from the Cold War and what role Indonesia's neighbors can play.
What do you learn when you shadow some of the best journalists in the business for almost a year?
Eric Holder, the U.S. attorney general and former member of GW's Board of Trustees, will resign, President Barack Obama announced Thursday.
The University Counseling Center announced three specialty hires Wednesday, including the first permanent Mount Vernon Campus counselor.
Updated: Sept. 25, 2014 at 4:57 p.m.