When I became editor in chief, I was given a microphone to tell important stories and make change, but that microphone has been heavy.
Athletic department representatives from other A-10 schools said selling alcohol at sporting arenas can increase the department’s concessions sales.
Student stylists and fashionistas gathered for the Fashion and Business Association’s inaugural fashion show Saturday.
Students will use an online form to register guests to attend Commencement on the National Mall May 19, replacing physical tickets.
University President Thomas LeBlanc will travel to London in late May to meet with alumni and prospective students in his first trip abroad while in office.
Taiwan’s first digital minister discussed her use of technology to increase government transparency and public participation at an event Tuesday.
The director of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian discussed his career and myths about Native Americans at a lecture Thursday.
SA leaders are holding three pizza dinners in the Marvin Center to answer questions and discuss how the SA functions.
Last week, officials removed overdue fines for most GW Libraries books in circulation that are fewer than 40 days overdue.
This spring, 625 undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students presented their projects at Research Days, compared to 450 participants in 2015.
A student reported that a window was shattered on the first floor of the Academic Center. There was no indication of what caused the damage.
Five years after faculty created a group to represent their interests, members said they have addressed issues like employee benefits and GW’s culture.
Fulbright Hall will house only first-year students next academic year after the University conducted an in-depth housing review.
From eating at restaurants that embrace local farming to participating in cleanups, check out these ways to give back to the planet on Earth Day.
Starbucks in neighborhoods like Dupont Circle, Chinatown and Downtown D.C. have closed their doors and local coffee shops have taken their place.
Start your weekend with a dance performance at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, then check out a yard sale at Urban Outfitters.
Keren Cafe and Restaurant, located at 1780 Florida Ave. NW, dishes out authentic Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine for unbeatable prices.
In the District – which is already known as a brunch destination every other week of the year – there are plenty of places to celebrate Easter.
The University must endorse the IFC’s hard alcohol ban and outline consequences for not upholding the policy to help curb binge drinking among fraternities.
I did not understand the extent to which my peers do not understand Orthodox Christianity, making it difficult to celebrate Easter on campus.
While I went home to celebrate the beginning of the holiday, I have grown nervous of the impending difficulties of maintaining my Passover diet at GW.
Officials need to find a temporary solution for students who rely on Safeway for groceries after it closes next month.
Community can be far better built by improving the opportunities students already have than investing in a first-year course.
The SA has not passed as much legislation as years past, and the organization can always do more to proactively reach out to students.
Baseball split its doubleheader with Davidson Saturday but dropped Sunday’s game to lose the series.
GW placed third in the MAISA Championship, qualifying for their fourth consecutive Intercollegiate Sailing Association Women’s Nationals.
Men’s and women’s head coach Wendy Lawrence announced that she will retire at the close of the academic year.
The Colonials have advanced to the semifinal round of the championship four times and the final once in the last decade but returned empty-handed.
The Colonials bested their conference foe in all three doubles and repeated the feat in singles play Friday.
The Office of Sustainability teamed up with student organizations Monday to host an Earth Day fair in Kogan Plaza.
Members of the National Pan-Hellenic Council performed in the first annual step show Friday at Lisner Auditorium.
A professor set up an echo chamber in Marvin Center this week that allows students to listen up close to music.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team discusses the University’s move to eliminate GW Library’s late fees.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team reflects on outgoing Provost Forrest Maltzman’s tenure.
On this week’s episode, our news team recaps the results of last week’s runoff elections for SA president and shares the legacy of a retiring biology professor.
Thank you to everyone who has offered me guidance, made me laugh, lent a helping hand or pushed me to do better. You have all helped me blossom at The Hatchet.
I have met and worked with so many passionate and talented people at the paper. And I have learned something from nearly all of you.
Because of my time at The Hatchet, I know that I will step, not fall, into the next chapters of my life (mostly) unafraid.
Goodbyes are hard, and I’m struggling to write mine. So I guess I’ll end with this: The paper is its people. I have met some of my best friends here.
I’m a better person because I joined The Hatchet. And I’ll forever be thankful that The Hatchet provided some yellow to my life.