Neighbors said noise from the construction on H Street has rattled area residents, while food truck owners said their relocation has cost them business.
Sydney Ramsey-LaRee was charged with simple assault after allegedly biking up to the demonstration and hitting Jack Posobiec – a member of a right-wing media organization.
Faculty said Dean Linda Livingstone brought a calming presence as the school tried to recover financially and build back its battered reputation.
Several business have left the complex in recent years, leaving behind some shuttered spaces that have sat empty for years.
A medical school professor’s research project could change the way that cystic fibrosis is treated worldwide.
Ambassador of Italy to the United States Armando Varricchio spoke to about 50 students and faculty at the Elliott School Tuesday night.
HyeSook Chung, the deputy mayor for health and human services, said her goal was to continue a dialogue between her office and the city’s residents.
Farragut West, McPherson Square and Metro Center will close, and buses will replace trains between Foggy Bottom and Federal Triangle.
Peak Sen Chua won the Student Association’s executive vice presidential race despite spending less on his campaign than his opponent.
GW resident advisers will vote next Wednesday to determine whether or not to unionize, organizers confirmed Tuesday.
A research team won the Duke Renewable Energy Innovation Fund for developing a way to turn carbon dioxide into another material.
A man previously barred from campus was arrested for unlawful entry Sunday after he went into Shenkman Hall.
A male staff member arrested for possessing and distributing child pornography earlier this month is no longer is employed by GW.
Whether you’re a night owl or a sports fan, check out these D.C. neighborhoods to venture off campus and live in a different area this summer.
Walking into Stable feels a lot like coming home – if your home is a rustic cabin in the Swiss Alps.
TasteLab, a culinary incubator in Northeast D.C., opened a stall in Union Market that offers exclusively D.C.-made items from 64 local stores.
With D.C. laws permitting the use, growth and possession of small amounts of marijuana, 4/20 celebrations will cover the District in a cloud of smoke.
Explore international films without leaving the District, enjoy craft brews while listening to live music or find your zen in an unconventional setting.
Multicultural organizations should respect students’ cultural autonomy by not assuming they’re interested just because they come from a shared background.
We should all learn to be more like opinion journalists, giving our opinions with research and possible solutions backing us up.
From short-staffing in the Title IX office to holes in the code of student conduct, GW is negatively impacting students who already feel vulnerable.
It’s time for GW’s current student health insurance plan to have its own check-up to reduce costs and better provide the care that students need.
Through laughter and voicing complaints, students have used the Facebook meme page to become a closer community.
Students should be able to send FixIt requests directly to the type of worker who would handle their problem.
Despite a mediocre 20-21 record, strong individual performances on both sides of the ball have characterized baseball’s season thus far.
David Macpherson, head coach of the men’s tennis team, said he is confident his team will be able to grab its fourth A-10 title.
Six-foot-three-inch guard Terry Nolan Jr. committed to GW for men’s basketball Monday afternoon.
After defeating Rhode Island 15–5 Friday, the Colonials lost both ends of their doubleheader Sunday.
In their final midweek home matchup of the season, the Colonials racked up a season-high 20 runs against the Coppin State Eagles Tuesday afternoon.
The GW Jazz Orchestra Spring Concert took place at the Marvin Center Saturday.
Students came out to support seven on-campus a cappella groups in the annual Battle of the A Cappellas Thursday.
Two sophomores created GW Hammocks to beat the end of the semester stress and meet new people on campus.
What taught me that real life is dazzling and delicate in its own right were the people I worked with and experiences I had at The Hatchet.
Being the “hype man” of GW’s independent student newspaper has been a better learning experience than any college class could have given me.
There was always a story to edit, a blog to publish, an email to send and a phone call to make. The list never ended and while sometimes I prayed for it to, it kept me going in a way that nothing else ever could.