For this election, The Hatchet interviewed students, professors, administrators and Foggy Bottom residents.
Several students sacrificed a semester of classes, gave up graduating with their friends and, in many cases, worked 17-plus-hour days to propel their candidates' sprint to the campaign finish line.
The rise in Republican funding this election from GW employees is mostly due to one man.
Why not spend Election Night doing what the average American does on a Tuesday?
On Election Night, transition from campaign to champagne to help you celebrate - or mourn - the results.
After spending the night on a YMCA gym floor, students gulped down coffee at a local diner and piled into cars for their 11-hour work days.