With the presidential primary season in full swing and Election Day growing closer, GW extended its partnership with a bi-partisan national opinion and voter intention poll.
Monday, January 14, 2008
The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery will soon receive a gift of about 150 original Andy Warhol photographs to add to its collection.
Members of the GW dance team, the First Ladies, perform a hip-hop routine after the women's basketball game at the Smith Center Sunday night.
It was as if two of my favorite television shows - "E.R." and "The West Wing" - merged together and became reality last week.
I found it slightly ironic that Britney Spears had yet another breakdown the very same night of the Iowa caucuses.
Georgetown's student newspaper of record, The Hoya, has battled to attain editorial and financial independence from its university, with a recent push in the last two years.
GW students will have the opportunity Tuesday evening to ask questions of the University's top officials at a town hall meeting in the School of Media of Public Affairs building.
Tony Taylor scored 54 points once this season. He is an honor roll student. Next year, Tony Taylor is coming to GW.
The intense attitude of Obama supporters contributed to the Democratic presidential candidate's victory in the Iowa caucus.
The part-time faculty union finalized a contract with GW this month that will raise professor salaries and increase job security for part-time professors.
The Georgetown student newspaper is battling against its administration to become independent, and recent university actions are setting the stage for a trademark dispute over the paper's name.
GW's chief research officer Elliot Hirshman will leave his position in July to become provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
LONDON - University President Steven Knapp met GW students for high tea in England last week, but his second trip overseas as GW's leader was more than just scones and Earl Grey.
For many Americans, the assassination of Benazir Bhutto only highlighted the instability of another country in the Middle East. But for GW's Pakistani students, the situation hit much closer to home.
GW F.E.E.D., an initiative started in the fall dedicated to feeding D.C.'s homeless, is becoming an official student organization this semester.
Members of the Student Association are lobbying the city for a discount to recently-hiked Metro prices.
Seeing snow on the ground may be a good reason to stay in bed - but it also may not be reason enough to close the University.
Tonic restaurant began serving alcohol Thursday, after winning a yearlong battle for their liquor license.
When three upperclassmen entered The World's Biggest Treasure Hunt at the last minute, they certainly did not expect to win.
The city approved a liquor license for WOW Café and Wingery last Wednesday, and administrators and restaurant staff said they will be offering alcohol in about three weeks. Located on the fifth floor of Marvin Center, WOW specializes in chicken wings and grilled food.
Librarians joined Facebook, a Web site originally created for college social networking, with the purpose of giving students an alternative way of seeking assistance.
We've got a secret surprise hiding under our covers this year. The Hatchet will bring you an anonymous columnist, Delilah, to report on sex at GW.
The D.C. sculpture of a man struggling to escape from the earth will finally break free from its home of 28 years.
The last time the GW women's basketball team invited ESPN to Smith Center to televise a marquee match-up, the game did not turn out the way the Colonials had hoped.
Entering its Atlantic 10 season opener, the GW women's basketball team knew the ESPN2 cameras would give the team its final chance before the A-10 tournament to show the country who they have become.