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A local governing body met Wednesday night to vote on a plan that will permit the University to house students off campus while Thurston Hall... [Read More]
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Runners called the race a mock A-10 Championship, saying the competition was a look at what's to come at the championship on Nov. 2. [Read More]
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GW allows students to waive vaccination requirements for medical and religious reasons, but experts say officials should be more strict. [Read More]
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Experts said the Student Research Commons website may increase interdisciplinary research at GW by raising awareness about available opportunities. [Read More]
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Participants of the first Summer Startup Accelerator cohort said the program connected them with mentors who helped refine their businesses. [Read More]
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The GW Hospital is the first in the United States to use augmented reality technology to project MRI and CT scans onto patients in surgical... [Read More]
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GW is following a similar trajectory as last season's championship team, holding an identical record through eight games. [Read More]
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A group of students is establishing GW Folklorico, named after a traditional Mexican dance, to highlight and celebrate Latinx community. [Read More]
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More than 10 SMPA students said the new equipment will allow them to expand their skills in technical production and help them with class assignments. [Read More]
After more than a year of negotiations, DDOT officials have decided on a route for a protected bike lane running through Foggy Bottom. [Read More]
The Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies program will begin holding brown bag seminars next month to allow students and faculty to discuss their research. [Read More]
GW Women in Economics plans to create a mentorship program with female alumni in economics and host professional development workshops. [Read More]
The District will be teeming this weekend with cinematic, historical and culinary inspiration. [Read More]
Thip Khao, at 3462 14th St. NW in Columbia Heights, dishes out the Lao cuisine of northeast Thailand. [Read More]
Officials should keep Lerner open during all hours of the day to ensure that the gym is always an option for students who need to... [Read More]
Students should be at the front line of the strike Friday and join the push to address climate change. [Read More]
In a letter sent to the House Oversight Committee, LeBlanc said the lack of federal representation for D.C. "stifles" GW's progress in research and innovation. [Read More]
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