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The University-wide free concert begins at 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 5 in University Yard, and will also include multiple vendors, according to a press release.
Provost Steven Lerman will step down from his post at the end of the calendar year, the University announced Wednesday. He will take a yearlong sabbatical in California and will return to GW as the the A. James Clark Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Lerman was the head architect of GW’s ambitious 10-year, $110 […]
Pedestrian and vehicular traffic is now open on the Key Bridge in Georgetown after being closed for about two hours because of a a man “attempting to harm himself” on the bridge Tuesday night, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
- Experts question GW's test-optional shift August 3, 2015When GW announced Monday that it would no longer require applicants to submit SAT or ACT scores, University officials pitched the policy change as a way to attract “underrepresented” students. But amid a rising acceptance rate and financial struggles, experts are skeptical the plan will be effective.
- Fourth-year law student died of natural causes in November July 30, 2015His cause of death was an abnormal heart rhythm known as a cardiac arrhythmia, which can occur when electrical impulses coordinating heartbeats don’t work properly, according to the Mayo Clinic. The arrhythmia was due to hyponatremic dehydration, the medical examiner said.
- Recent alumnus remembered as compassionate, loyal and 'whip smart' June 25, 2015Keaton Marek was found dead at 24th and M streets. His professors said he was a compassionate and eager student, who was not afraid to debate his classmates. Marek graduated from GW with a degree in political science in May.
- What's the deal with the 'Superdorm?' June 9, 2015It’s a bird! It’s a crane! No, it’s Superdorm.
- Most surprising crimes of 2014-15 June 9, 2015The University's crime log documents some of the interesting and outlandish rule violations occurring on campus every week, in addition to giving students a heads up on the serious crimes that have happened.