Thousands of students flocked to the White House Monday to celebrate the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. President Barack Obama said American forces swarmed a compound in Pakistan Sunday and killed bin Laden, prompting a mass of students to rush to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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The National Park Service announced Monday it would close access to inside the Washington Monument indefinitely.
JBKO was evacuated at about 4 p.m. Saturday after a burner was left on in a resident’s room, University spokesman Brett Zongker said. University Police Department officers and D.C. Fire and EMS responded to the scene. UPD officers asked residents to wait down the street away from the building. Residents were allowed back in JBKO […]
A recent alumnus and current White House staffer’s email account was hacked this week, revealing political documents and messages from his time at GW. The hacked Gmail account belonged to Ian Mellul, a White House staffer who is currently working on Hillary Clinton’s Democratic presidential campaign. The website DC Leaks, which claims to be started by American hackers, released […]
- Mental Health Services doctoral internship receives national accreditation September 26, 2016The American Psychological Association officially accredited the doctoral internship run by Mental Health Services last week.
- Next University president tasked with innovative fundraising September 26, 2016Groups from across GW want the next University president to strengthen existing fundraising strategies and identify new ones.
- Snapshot: Turkish Festival September 26, 2016Snapshot: A woman shops at booths at the 14th annual Turkish Festival which is put on by the American-Turkish Association of Washington DC.
- With longstanding ties to country, GW to establish Korean institute September 26, 2016A grant from the Academy of Korean Studies will fund a Korean institute at GW, which has not yet been formally announced and remains in the planning stages.
- UPD trains officers from other universities for bike patrols September 26, 2016The University Police Department is taking the lead in bike training officers from other institutions for bike patrols, UPD Chief RaShall Brackney said.