As more than 80 schools personalize applications, GW sticks with Common App

GW was not one of the 83 schools that pledged to revamp the college application process.

On-campus rapes reported to police increase

Six on-campus rapes were reported to police officials last year, after all reports during the previous year were made to non-police.

More than 570 women receive sorority bids

Hundreds of students crowded into the Marvin Center and then sprawled out near the Lincoln Memorial Tuesday after receiving bids from one of GW’s 10 sororities.

Duquès Hall lounges get a facelift with new furniture

Lounges on four floors in the School of Business’ building will be fitted with a new set of furniture some time in the next couple of weeks.

Two sophomores 'Draft Biden' for presidential run

Daniel Burke and Chris McCann started GW Draft Biden l​ast week, bringing the number of on­-campus groups rallying support for 2016 presidential hopefuls up to at least five.

Q&A: A researcher's journey to unlock the secrets of Machu Picchu

Brenda Bradley, an associate professor of anthropology, is representing GW in the quest to answer the questions that Machu Picchu raises.

Janna Paramore | Hatchet Photographer

Art exhibit celebrates Banned Books Week

Uncensored: Information Antics, is meant to spark conversation, and encourage visitors to think about how information is spread and shared.

Taste of D.C. food festival showcases new restaurants

The Taste of D.C. food festival, now in its 26th year, will feature tents from vendors in the city offering menu items for $8 and less.

Trick-or-treating student group grows as Halloween nears

Trick or Treat for Service is preparing for its annual event to collect canned goods and non-perishables to donate to Capital Area food bank.

Staff Editorial: Top-level departures show a lack of stability

It’s time for the University to get this turnover under control, and demonstrate a commitment to keeping its most important departments more stable – for everyone’s sake.

Elias Economou: Give students an incentive to use public transportation

GW should give students an incentive to leave campus through a credit on their GWorld cards, which can be used to ride the bus or the Metro.

David Meni: GW needs to make campus more pedestrian-friendly

The campus streetscape is still lacking when it comes to making Foggy Bottom safer for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers.

Devon Fitzgerald: Students should treat international teaching assistants with more respect

When people talk about their discussion sections, if the teaching assistant's name is hard to pronounce, it’s met with a sympathetic sigh.

Dan Rich | Contributing Photo Editor

Like 'a football player running track': Life as a dual-sport athlete at GW

Austin Pyrch is the only athlete at GW that competes in both water polo and swimming.

Q&A: GW Hall of Famer and International Tennis Federation president

David Haggerty, a recent chairman of the United States Tennis Association and former GW tennis star from 1975-79, was elected President of the International Tennis Federation in an election in Santiago, Chile at the end of last month.

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    Hidden Gems: Sophie's Cuban Cuisine

    Customers can dine on empanadas, ropa vieja and alfajores at Sophie’s Cuban Cuisine on 19th and M streets. ”It...

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    Panhellenic Association bid day

    GW’s 10 sororities welcomed their new members Tuesday evening on the National Mall. “It feels awesome to see a...

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    2015 Walk Now for Autism Speaks

    On Saturday, national autism advocacy organization Autism Speaks hosted their 15th annual "Walk Now for Autism Speaks...