University rises 10 spots in national 'green' rankings

The University’s eco-friendly ranking rose 10 spots this year.

Fewer students participate in sorority recruitment

Of the original 572 women, 467 received and accepted bids this week. That means over 150 fewer students applied this fall to the recruitment process.

Up to 15 dining workers laid off in vendor transition

As many as 15 dining workers lost their jobs in the transition to a new dining vendor this fall.

Parents of late graduate student call to have his death reclassified

The parents of a former graduate student and army veteran who died after a fight at a D.C. McDonald’s in 2011 want to clear his name.

New music department format helps program cope with cuts

A year and half after major budget cuts, those in the music department say new class structures are encouraging students to enroll in music courses.

Resident data journalist to join SMPA faculty

A resident data journalist is joining the faculty of the School of Media and Public Affairs, the school’s director announced last week.

UPD officers enter District House common rooms without cause

Students living in District House have reported University Police Officers entering affinity common rooms and leaving without notice.

Families sue GW over body donor program mismanagement

Three families are planning to sue GW for “gross mismanagement” of their family members’ remains that were loaned to the medical school for study.

Olivia Anderson | Contributing Photo Editor

Jazz students look to organization, clubs after program cuts

After budget cuts, students turned to student organizations on campus and jazz clubs around the District to continue their education.

Top dishes to try when District House vendors open

We sampled the restaurants’ food and drinks so you know exactly what to order when the District House vendors finally open on campus.

New Asian fusion restaurants Sakerum, Haikan go head-to-head

Sushi, ramen and...poutine? The District is mixing up their Asian food game with two new restaurants devoted to fusion: Sakerum and Haikan.

Stefan Sultan: Milo Yiannopoulos should promise to abstain from hate speech before event

Yiannopoulos should be allowed to come to campus, but he shouldn't be allowed to target minorities in our student population through hate speech.

Kendrick Baker: UPD should not have access to District House affinities

Giving up tap access to District House affinities wouldn't hinder UPD’s effectiveness. It would ensure District House affinity residents' privacy.

Sydney Erhardt: GW should help students with absentee voting

Students need more information about voting in their home states’ elections or on changing their states of residency to vote in the District.

Staff Editorial: Students need updates on shared space projects

GW is clearly in the midst of a transitional period, and what’s to come looks promising. But until these projects are finished, students need information.

Alyssa Bogosian | Hatchet Staff Photographer

DiBiasio leads women's cross country by example

Leading by example, junior Miranda DiBiasio hopes she can help women's cross country reach its ambitious goals this fall.

Lonergan dismissal leaves questions unanswered

Mike Lonergan was officially dismissed as head coach of the men’s basketball program Saturday after a probe into verbal and emotional abuse allegations concluded he had “engaged in conduct inconsistent with the university’s values.”

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    Yoga on the Mall celebrates 11 years

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    Hidden Gems: District Distilling Company

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    GW Bid Day 2016 GW's 10 sororities welcomed new members to their chapters during bid day on the National Mall Tuesda...