The FBI searched Ward 2 D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans’ home less than a week after admitting to using his Metro chairmanship for financial gain.
David Huebner and Kathleen Roche, two associate professors of prevention and community health, found that parents often take years to accept lesbian, gay or bisexual children.
Local politicians voiced concerns about President Donald Trump’s Fourth of July celebration and approved two transportation measures at a meeting Wednesday.
The 2020 Olympics mark Rizzotti’s second time at the games after serving as a scout and court coach in the 2016 Rio Olympics.
South Block may be closed for the summer, but you can head to Fruitive for refreshing smoothie bowls like the Maca Berry Bowl – our pick for dish of the week.
D.C. Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans will step down as chairman of the Metro’s Board of Directors next week.
Officials will expand tap access to residence halls and adjust enrollment while Thurston Hall undergoes renovations at the end of next academic year.
A group of neighborhood leaders is demanding more funding for programs to protect the local LGBTQ community amid several episodes of violence against LGBTQ individuals.
A person stole a Capital Bikeshare bike outside of Lerner Hall Friday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.
A person stole a woman’s wallet at Duke’s grocery Thursday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.
More than 10 current and former Faculty Senate members criticized University President Thomas LeBlanc for suspending the search for the next CCAS dean.
The Metro’s six-station Silver Line extension project has been delayed an additional two months, according to an official progress report.
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that Mark Esper, who holds a doctorate from GW, will take over as acting defense secretary.
Start your weekend with an exhibit honoring the Stonewall Riots, then head to one of the Smithsonians in celebration of the summer solstice Saturday.
Less than a year after the neighborhood bagel shop debuted its first location at 3301 Georgia Ave. NW in October, the shop will expand to Georgetown.
Walk to the Flagg Building Friday for a new Corcoran exhibition, visit D.C.’s inaugural Strawberry Festival and poke fun at President Donald Trump’s tweets.
Throughout June, Roy Boys is whipping up “Rainbow Crunch” ice cream tacos to honor Pride Month.
Thousands of onlookers and marchers flooded the streets of Dupont Circle for the annual Capital Pride Parade Saturday.
GW should not let racists into our school, even if they apologize and insist they have changed after being caught.
While a sociology professor became the first African to write a biography of Nelson Mandela, councilmember Jack Evans is under fire once again.
While Jack Evans’ growing competition might dim his chances of reelection, another top administrator is packing up her bags.
Students who want a smaller, more intimate class that does not take up too much free time should enroll in a summer course.
While the GW Research Studies Center came under fire for alleged right-wing bias, SEAS has a new incoming dean.
A new study found that school mascots hinder campus community and decrease donations, and the University lost another administrator.
The Colonials are slated for home-and-home series against Duquesne, Fordham, St. Bonaventure, Richmond and George Mason.
The 2019 volleyball season will feature three tournaments, 11 home games and 14 conference matchups.
Three transfers and two incoming freshmen will round out the Colonials’ eight new additions to the 2019-20 roster.
GW will retire its scoreboard after nearly a decade in the Smith Center’s rafters.
The pair extended the Colonials’ streak of sending multiple players to the ABCA/Rawlings East All-Regional teams to four years.
Thousands gathered for the annual Capital Pride Parade Saturday to celebrate LGBTQ identities.
Graduating editors took some time to reflect on their experiences at The Hatchet.
Dozens of embassies opened their doors to the public Saturday to hold tours and showcase performances.
On this week’s episode, assistant news editor Lia DeGroot recounts the Class of 2019’s graduation ceremony on the National Mall.
Assistant news editor Jared Gans spoke with more than 15 faculty and staff who have complained about conditions in the psychology department building.
Student Association President Ashley Le talks about her work with administrators and SA leaders to cut costs of printing, laundry and rental rooms.