Former athletic director Patrick Nero has come under fire following allegations of misconduct toward former players and athletic department staff detailed in a Deadspin article Thursday.
Cathy Martens, who bought FoBoGro last month, proposed a plan to the University last week to redesign the third floor of the store as a cafe.
The GW Hospital has performed 3,000 robotic surgeries – the most in the region – which doctors say is indicative of the hospital’s high surgical quality.
About 200 fewer international students are attending GW this fall than they did last year, the first decline since at least 2009.
The spray-painted mural wraps around a majority of the basement walls and showcases the history of the local Piscataway tribe.
A senior is localizing a national campaign to promote the use of tap water and encourage sustainable practices on campus.
Officials said professors have reported slow login times to classroom computers and issues with GW’s library catalog interface over the past two weeks.
SA leaders released a survey Thursday asking students 11 questions about where they buy clickers and how much the tools cost.
An in-person training will inform civilians, law enforcement and medical responders how to safely respond in an active-shooter situation.
GW Hillel launched a new initiative last week encouraging recent alumni to sponsor coffee dates between staff members and students.
Natalie Larmon, who served as a senior prospect analyst in the development office for more than two years, died unexpectedly on Oct. 31. She was 37.
Students are asking the University to apologize after GWPD officers allegedly escorted their professor out of class after a scheduling conflict last week.
The Student Association Senate passed a resolution Wednesday supporting the University’s efforts to update its harassment and discrimination policies.
Katrina Pariera challenges the sex-positive discourse on whether open communication about sex can always lead to positive outcomes.
Party to Korean pop to kick off your weekend, before switching gears at a rap concert Sunday night that’s sure to be a full house.
Roscoe Garnes has been cutting hair in the District for 30 years, serving clients like former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush – and now, students.
Three graduate students will research whether singing and performing other vocal exercises affect the speech patterns of transgender women.
The app’s users can document what they are wearing, gain feedback and inspiration, or humble brag about a great look.
All students are required to travel to the Vern and GW should provide a means of transportation that is clean, sustainable and efficient.
In side-stepping the principle of shared governance, outsourcing reflects one of the biggest problems with the culture of work at this University.
While you’re packing clothes and textbooks for Thanksgiving, take the time to remember that you’re not coming home as a kid, but as an adult.
Students pay for every course, and a good syllabus can help them make an informed decision on how to spend their tuition dollars.
Even though this year’s midterm elections are over, students should not let their guard down or give up the fight to make their voices heard.
Resident advisers need to fulfill their duties as a mentor and friend, rather than just a last resort conflict-solver and hall decorator.
The Colonials have beat every team in the tournament this season with the exception of McKendree, GW’s first opponent in the MAWPC Championship.
The Colonials only had one week to practice with new head coach Rob Castille before they competed in their final tournament of the fall season.
The Colonials have picked up 46 points in the paint this season, but have only made seven threes compared to 18 through this time last season.
The Colonials were held to their lowest scoring game since GW’s 51–25 loss to Howard on Jan. 27, 1976.
The Terrapins are a substantial threat under the glass, averaging 42 points in the paint this season while holding opponents to 18.
Mia Simonetti launched Take Back the Tap, a campaign that encourages students to opt for reusable water bottles, to reduce plastic waste at the University.
The Young America’s Foundation hosted an event for students to write letters to veterans in Kogan Plaza Tuesday.
The hotel recently received a facelift and now houses an American restaurant dubbed Notti 824, which opened last week.
On this week’s podcast, two news editors update us on GW’s discrimination and harassment policies and alumni donation goals.
On this week’s podcast, listen to The Hatchet’s sports editor gives an overview of the upcoming basketball season.
On this week’s podcast, news editors talk about a smaller board of trustees, an evaluation on university ranking processes and more.