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GW cleared a major legal hurdle Monday when a D.C. Superior Court judge approved the Corcoran's merger with the University and the National Gallery of Art.
A man allegedly robbed another man of his wallet Saturday in the 2300 block of I Street.
A former GW student is taking over as the host of America's longest-running Sunday morning news show.
The University added two social Greek chapters to its list of sanctioned student groups this summer, bringing the total to 17 Greek-letter organizations.
Students will soon be able get their fix of Captain Cookie at a permanent spot on campus.
Rosie O'Donnell and Tig Notaro will make their way to the stage Oct. 4, part of the Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival.
It would appear that the torrential rains and flash floods have left the District, at least for the weekend. That means there's no excuse to stay in. Plan you weekend with these events in mind.
The Corcoran College of Art + Design revoked the job offer last week of a former adjunct professor who has helped lead an effort against the school's merger with GW.
David Chang gave us culinary news to celebrate this week: the celebrity restaurateur and owner of beloved New York City-based ramen joint Momofuku Noodle Bar will open a D.C. counterpart in the spring.
Last fall, Sigma Chi raised more than $80,000 for cancer research through its philanthropy initiative "Derby Days," and landed corporate sponsorships with companies like JetBlue Airways, Uber and L’Oreal.
GW jumped more than 10 spots to No. 12 on the Sierra Club’s list of the most environmentally friendly colleges this year.
Starting Friday, the indie film hub will invite fans to celebrate Williams’ acting career by watching him in some of his best-known roles.
The men's basketball team released the final five games of its non-conference schedule Tuesday, announcing matchups against Grambling State, Longwood, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Charlotte and the Virginia Military Institute, all to be played at the Smith Center.
Before the women’s soccer team take to the turf, Atlantic 10 coaches and conference officials have predicted the Colonials will finish seventh in the conference.
For those in the city, Restaurant Week from Aug. 11 to 17 is a chance to (cheaply) test the D.C. area's numerous gastronomic options.
The last days of summer are quickly slipping away, so we’re highlighting only the best events to fill your schedule. That means chocolate tastings, comedy shows and loads of free movies.
President Barack Obama’s idea to have the federal government rank colleges has stirred up debate across higher education and throughout Capitol Hill, but it's not exactly new.
Here are some cool things to do this weekend in the nation's "coolest" city.
GW will once again celebrate Constitution Day with a Supreme Court justice.
So You Think You Can Dance has won 11 primetime Emmy's. The tour will hit more than 70 cities.
People have begun to hang "love locks" on the Key Bridge, but they won't be around for long.
GW's third women's lacrosse coach in program history will leave the team after posting a 47-69 record over seven years.
Police are searching for two men who reportedly snatched "a few dollars" from a female student's hand as she was waiting at a bus stop near campus.