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The Panhellenic Association scrapped a policy Saturday that prohibited potential new members from using elevators in Marvin during recruitment. [Read More]
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The Patriots erased a seven-point halftime deficit in the third quarter in which they outscored the Colonials 18–6 and never looked back. [Read More]
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The Colonials head into Saturday's matchup riding a three-game win streak, their longest of the season. [Read More]
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The GW College Democrats and Feminist Student Union condemned leaders of the Women's March for allegations of anti-Semitism. [Read More]
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The I Street entrance of District House was temporarily closed for an "emergency repair" Friday morning, officials said. [Read More]
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Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro spoke at Betts Theatre Thursday about the economy, discrimination and political parties. [Read More]
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The dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences will step down after serving in the role for eight years. [Read More]
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Posters were found on campus Thursday threatening GW's chapter of Young America's Foundation for bringing a right-wing speaker to campus. [Read More]
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A local governing group debated bike lanes and traffic safety at its first meeting of the year Wednesday. [Read More]
A local governing group debated bike lanes and traffic safety at its first meeting of the year Wednesday. [Read More]
GW's new orientation eliminates a financial burden on families and encourages camaraderie in the new freshman class. [Read More]
Four members of the men's indoor track and field team are competing for the first time in nearly seven months. [Read More]
There were 36 total traffic deaths in D.C. last year, up from 26 three years before, Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman Alaina Gertz said . [Read More]
The Colonials have competed without two of their top four players, forcing the rest of the team to move up the ladder and compete at... [Read More]
Researchers say the government shutdown has delayed the processing and approval of grants for pending projects. [Read More]
There were 36 total traffic deaths in D.C. last year and the number has increased every year since 2015. [Read More]
The Panhellenic Association will offer students resources like coloring books, snacks and stress balls during recruitment this weekend. [Read More]
Some students who planned to work at a government agency are heading into the spring semester with schedules in flux as a partial shutdown continues. [Read More]
Students who visit the advising office in the international affairs school will now face penalties if they don't show up to scheduled appointments. [Read More]
Six SA senators departed over winter break, leaving the group with eight total vacancies heading into the spring semester. [Read More]
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