Administrators defended GW’s counseling services Friday after the parents of newly admitted students used the bulk of an hour-long session to ask about the recent string of suicides on campus.
Since the incident that killed Pacanins on April 11, the city has stationed officers on street corners and installed temporary lights.
The Student Association finance committee slashed the MBA Association’s budget by 21.6 percent this year after the organization used its funding last year to purchase Google Glass for its members.
The University must use the results of the sexual assault survey to enact real change. It should be the first step in a longer, more expansive process – not a good-intentioned missed opportunity.
The most important leader – University President Steven Knapp – remains notably absent from the online conversation. That hurts Knapp’s and the University’s brand.
Sunday marked the high holiday of the stoner year: 4/20. And while the tide may be turning toward marijuana legalization in several states, even casual pot users need to be aware that the drug can take a toll on their minds.
I decided to become the 130th GW student to venture into the world of Seeking Arrangement. Maybe I could get a few funny tweets out of the whole experience.
Fomin's match point sealed the tournament victory over VCU and earned the Colonials an automatic bid to the NCAA Regional Tournament.
GW secured a first-round bye in the tournament and will begin play on Friday, facing the winner of No. 6-seeded Saint Joseph’s and No. 11-seeded George Mason.
In a promotional campaign called “Lean Quat-Easter” this week, DJ Lean Quatifah put 96 flash drives of his music in plastic Easter eggs and spread them across campus.
Sabrina McCormick serves as the producer and associate producer for two installments of the Showtime series, “Years of Living Dangerously,” which premiered earlier this month.
Record Store Day is every hipster’s dream holiday – if you have a thick wallet.
Capital Funk, a student organization dedicated to hip-hop dancing that launched in 2004, celebrated its 10th anniversary by hosting its 7th Annual Hip-Hop Showcase that was a kinetic celebration of hip-hop, slam poetry and dance.
When senior Cameron Hopkins enrolled in a one-credit kung fu course this spring, he was just hoping to learn some self-defense.
Have you ever gotten on a roller coaster halfway through the second loop? Me neither, because that’s an absurd proposition. But, that’s pretty much what it was like joining The Hatchet midway through my junior year.
Had you asked me freshman, sophomore or even junior year that one day I’d be writing this farewell piece in The Hatchet after leading the web team for an entire year, I’d laugh. I come from journalism, and I am not a formally trained web developer. But life, in so many ways, has the amazing capacity to surprise you.
The Hatchet became my first “thing” in college. It was the first organization I truly felt that I was a part of, where I felt welcome, where people took me under their wings.
Green GW hosted their annual Trashion show, a fashion show that saw student designers model clothes made out of what ...
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Hill & Dale hosted music enthusiasts for Record Day, fulfilling a dream of store owner Rob Norton. Video by Hatche...