Multicultural Greek Council to add Latino interest fraternity

The Multicultural Greek Council voted to add a Phi Iota Alpha chapter earlier this semester after an on-campus presentation from the national organization.

GSEHD partners with education publication for post-election event

GSEHD is teaming up with Education Week to address how the new presidential administration will impact education policy.

DeVos nomination breeds uncertainty in higher education

Faculty say that uncertainty about the new Secretary of Education’s effects on higher education could result in speculation of policies that may never happen.

Professor earns $3.2 million to study environmental impact on child health

A psychology professor received a $3.2 million grant from the NIH to conduct research on the genetic and environmental factors on childhood development.

Campus buildings found to not have lead

University officials found pipes in campus buildings have not been affected by lead, contradicting records from D.C. Water.

Elizabeth Rickert | Hatchet Photographer

While you're doing homework, these students are building businesses

Most students’ schedules are already busy between classes, student organization meetings and internship but some students have added more to their plate by creating their own businesses while still in school.

Fat Pete's BBQ brings simple Southern classics to Foggy Bottom

On a Friday afternoon, the area near 18th and H streets is a more subdued atmosphere than the bustling streets in the heart of Foggy Bottom.

Ways to give back to D.C.'s community this Thanksgiving

Typically, Thanksgiving is about stuffing your face and doing your holiday shopping. If you’re staying in the District over break, it’s also a great way to give back to the community.

Staff Editorial: Anti-smoking education would be better than ban

The smoking ban has proven to be ineffective. Therefore, It’s time for officials to be more realistic and slowly move away from the ban.

Sara Brouda: Palestinian flag had no place at student walk-out

The Palestinian flag is a divisive symbol and shouldn't have been included at a walk-out to promote inclusivity.

Matilda Kreider: Environmental science department would confirm commitment to sustainability

If GW wants to effectively educate the next generation of environmental scientists, officials should create an environmental science department.

Kelly Skinner: GW should get creative to make housing affordable

GW should search for creative affordable housing accommodations for students forced to live on campus.

Hatchet file photo by Ethan Stoler | Hatchet Photographer

Trusting the process, women's basketball sees improvement at Gulf Coast Showcase

The Colonials have won five of their last six games and now sit at 5-2 – the second-best overall record in the Atlantic 10.

Squash programs eager to prove themselves among nation's best

No. 11 men's squash and No. 13 women's squash look to prove their dominance in 2016-2017 as two of the top programs in the nation.

Offensive efficiency, bench depth key thus far for women's basketball

After more than a week of play and three straight wins, here are a few things to look for as the season progresses.

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    President Obama lights last National Christmas Tree

    President Obama lights his last tree at the 94th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting. The event was hosted by ...

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    Raas Chaos XVI

    GW Raas hosted their 15th year of "Raas Chaos" featuring several college groups from around the country who competed a...

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    GW beats Arkansas Pine Bluff 61-41

    The GW men's basketball team defeated Arkansas Pine Bluff at the Smith Center 61-41 on Thursday, November 17th. 2016....