A sustainable laundry service will soon be pedalling around GW’s campus to wash both Science and Engineering Hall’s — and your — dirty laundry.
An intern at the Pentagon since her freshman year, it was clear to Michelle Shevin-Coetzee early on in her college career what she wanted to research during her senior year.
Much of the interior of the Corcoran Gallery of Art is now considered a historic landmark, a move which could complicate GW’s plans for a massive renovation to the inside of the building.
The financial boost is one of the more prominent acts of student support for GW’s music programs after the cuts, following a month of student organized protests, including a 16- hour-long concert and a massive social media campaign.
From placing lily pads in the Anacostia River to planting seeds with eager children, GW students are focusing on making D.C. more environmentally friendly, thanks to a kickstart from a University sponsor.
After pulling away from major plans to launch a campus in China more than a year ago, GW might be turning to one of its global alumni hotspots — South Korea.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., joined a panel of universities’ Title IX coordinators and other local sexual assault prevention advocates for a discussion about sexual violence on college campuses on Thursday night.
The group said the symbol may have been incorrectly connected to anti-semitism, because it is a sacred symbol in religions like Hinduism and Buddhism.
Three D.C. universities - GW, Howard and Catholic universities - have made significant cuts this month as part of university budget reductions.
Poetry Out Loud begins in high school English classrooms across the country. Poets, writers and educators, who will judge the competition, say it connects high schoolers to poetry at a time when STEM programs and standardized tests are overshadowing the humanities.
Hundreds of D.C. residents will make their way to U Street on Saturday to discover their own definition of funk – and probably chili con carne at Ben’s Chili Bowl.
Over the past few months, students have turned to online groups to share their frustrations and talk about aspects of race that are often ignored or considered taboo.
When I head to the University-wide ceremony on the Mall, I can rest a little bit easier knowing that though I may not adore GW as an institution, the part of it that gave me my academic home for four years is still going strong – and that’s as good a reason to support the team as any.
There has undeniably been an upward trend in attention-grabbing student advocacy that aims to change policies at GW or bring attention to important issues.
We won’t know whether the revamp to GW's admitted students days was a success or a failure until high school seniors enroll on May 1. But in the meantime, it’s important to note that an elaborate five days in April are not a good representation of college life, and for most students, won’t be the reason they choose one school over another.
I filed my own FERPA request. I anticipated that, given classic GW bureaucracy, this wouldn’t be easy – and I wasn’t wrong.
Athletic director Patrick Nero said that his department will continue to grow because the athletic department can do something that others can’t: Bring in outside revenue to cover the cuts and keep growing.
While most seniors are enjoying happy hours and spring weather during their last weeks in college, Francisco Dias will be preparing for and competing in an NCAA Tournament.
Time is eventually up – even if we wish we could go back and do some things differently, or wish we had a little more time to make changes and fixes before we leave. Everything can’t be perfect.
Through those struggles, a deep loyalty to this institution grows.
I am one of the thousands of people over The Hatchet’s one hundred and eleven volumes to whom this pattern pertains. But at the start of my college career I wasn’t so sure that would be the case.
GW hosted "PAWS Your Stress" in University Yard on Saturday where 11 cuddly puppies from "Canine Companions for Indep...
The Asian Student Alliance hosted a Day Market in the Mid-Campus Quad on Thursday as part of the 2015 Asian Pacific I...
feature=youtu.be The Fridge is an art gallery in Eastern Market, found on Barracks Row, that showcases local artists....