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Gifts to satisfy your Secret Santa gift guide

If you’re panicked because you have no idea what to get the person whose name you drew out the hat for a Secret Santa exchange, we have you covered.

Brooke Migdon | Hatchet Photogrpaher

Gifts for your engineering school friend gift guide

If you’re wondering what to get that friend in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, we have you covered.

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Restaurant, distillery to use honey from GW bees

If you visit Farmers and Distillers, a new restaurant by Farmers Restaurant Group, and order a cocktail, you may be sipping on honey from GW’s bees.

Gifts for your art school friend gift guide

If you’re shopping for gifts to impress your camera or paint brush wielding friends in the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, then look no further.

Gifts for your international affairs school friend gift guide

If you have friends in the Elliott School of International Affairs, you may find yourself scrambling to find a gift before they jet off.

Gifts for your public health school friend gift guide

If you have a friend in the Milken Institute School of Public Health, chances are they care about their health.

Gifts for your business school friend gift guide

Help your friend who’s always coming to class in a suit and has their sights set on that corner office succeed with these practical gifts.

Gifts for your CCAS friend

Trying to find the perfect gift for a student in CCAS can be difficult because there’s a huge variety of majors within the one college.

Eatsa offers healthy lunches, automated ordering process

If you love the fast and healthy food from Beefsteak and Sweetgreen, Eatsa may be your new lunch spot.

Indigenous Peoples' Center to highlight Native American studies

The search for a director for the new AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy will begin next month, officials say.

At Comet Ping Pong, unfounded conspiracy theories collide with family fun

Less than 24 hours before a gunman would walk into Comet Ping Pong, there were no empty chairs in the restaurant, except the ones vacated by children that were squeezing in one game of ping pong before their dinner.

UPD begins documenting public drunkenness to clarify campus alcohol crimes

The University Police Department began regularly documenting incidents of public drunkenness last year.

No decision reached in RA unionization hearing union

Following a day-long hearing to determine whether or not resident advisers at GW can unionize, the NLRB has yet to come to a decision.

Students consider career changes in light of Trump administration

President-elect Donald Trump’s administration promises a distinct change in the country’s political climate, which could affect numerous fields of study.

No concrete opening date for District House vendors six months after announcement

Two of the building’s six vendors are set to open in the coming weeks, but others won’t be ready until next semester.

RAs push to be first union at private university

A group of resident advisers are petitioning to become the first student union at a private university.

Former professor sues GW Hospital, MFA for alleged forced resignation

A former assistant professor of radiation oncology in GW Medical Faculty Associates is suing MFA and the GW Hospital for allegedly forcing her to resign from her job.

Sydney Erhardt: Trump's student loan policies could help students more than we expect

While some of Trump’s rhetoric may seem scary, what he has said so far about student loans should put students at ease.

Kendrick Baker: Student groups should focus on push for sanctuary campus

Although most of the demands made by student organizations last month were valid, students should focus first on establishing a sanctuary campus.

Sara Brouda: Palestinian flag had no place at student walk-out

The Palestinian flag is a divisive symbol and shouldn't have been included at a walk-out to promote inclusivity.

Staff Editorial: Students can make campus 'liberal bubble' less restrictive

We aren't going to be able to pop the liberal bubble – and that's OK. But students should actively try to make the bubble less restrictive.

Hatchet file photo by Ethan Stoler | Hatchet Photographer

Trusting the process, women's basketball sees improvement at Gulf Coast Showcase

The Colonials have won five of their last six games and now sit at 5-2 – the second-best overall record in the Atlantic 10.

Squash programs eager to prove themselves among nation's best

No. 11 men's squash and No. 13 women's squash look to prove their dominance in 2016-2017 as two of the top programs in the nation.

Offensive efficiency, bench depth key thus far for women's basketball

After more than a week of play and three straight wins, here are a few things to look for as the season progresses.

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