Residence halls save more energy in annual sustainability challenge

GW's residences halls performed better in this year's sustainability challenge than in the past two years.

Mental Health Services director position still open after seven-month vacancy

Six months after the center’s last director stepped down, there are no signs of a new Mental Health Services director.

Professor known for popular course on death to retire

Pamela Woodruff, a psychology professor and GW alumnus who began teaching at GW in the mid 1970s, is retiring this year.

Six national fraternities vie to join campus

Alpha Sigma Phi, Chi Phi, Delta Lambda Phi, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Alpha Mu are all being considered to open a chapter on campus.

Institute director discovers new way to measure autism

Kevin Pelphrey, the director of GW’s autism institute, published a paper last week that found a new way to measure autism in boys.

Four residence halls to receive upgrades this summer

Officials plan to install new floors in JBKO, bathrooms and kitchens in 2109 F Street and furniture in Thurston Hall as part of summer housing renovations.

GW settles former UPD officer gender harassment lawsuit

A former officer in the University Police Department settled her harassment complaint against the department this month.

Fundraising campaign on track with high goals in individual schools

Officials expect to hit their goal of raising $1 billion on time.

Anne McBride | Hatchet Staff Photographer

Get a full-body BLAST at new local exercise studio

If you’ve walked down M Street in West End recently, you may have noticed a new boutique fitness studio, boldly located adjacent to the old standby, Soulcycle.

Metro Monopoly: Springtime activities

It’s finally springtime in the District, which means you can take advantage of the beautiful weather before the summer’s humidity kicks in.

Shwetha Srinivasan:GW should adopt new way for students to finance college with less debt

Income-share programs could make a GW education more accessible and let students graduate with less debt.

Kendrick Baker:Students need weight room orientations

Orientations would serve as an important introduction to weight room equipment in the gym, and help minimize injuries and embarrassment.

Sarah Blugis: Students, don't get jaded by GW's unique location

We shouldn't forget to appreciate the opportunities we have by studying blocks away from the White House in a unique city with tons to offer.

Staff editorial:It's time GW finds its footing in online learning

GW should invest in its future now and design standardized online programs before the University misses its chance to be a frontrunner in online learning.

Dan Rich | Contributing Photo Editor

As golf's lone freshman, Lowe shines in rookie campaign

GW golf's lone freshman, 18-year-old Logan Lowe, has already picked up four A-10 Rookie of the Week awards and paces the Colonials with an average score of 73.13.

Colonials clinch road series over Dayton with 6–2 win

After dropping game two in a pitchers duel, juniors Joey Bartosic and Eric Ramsey led the Colonials to a 6–2 win in Sunday's rubber match.

Courtesy of Samuel Klein

Colleen Murphy: Rowing my own boat

So whenever things seemed impossible, I leaned on the biggest lesson I’ve learned over the past four years at The Hatchet: I can’t control everything, so I must row my own boat.

Dan Rich | Photo Editor

Zach Montellaro: To infinity and beyond

The Hatchet has been an institution I have poured literal blood, sweat and tears into. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Desiree Halpern | Photo Editor

Rachel Smilan-Goldstein: A place to call home

Media Credit: Desiree Halpern | Photo Editor