The resolution states that assembly members may be considered qualified to vote if they’re virtually in attendance at a meeting permitted to be held online.
Unlike last year, GW is the only university in D.C. that isn’t planning on holding some form of an in-person ceremony this May.
The Student Association Senate approved two appointees to serve as executive and legislative chiefs of staff next year during a meeting Monday.
A cyber attack of Herff Jones, the University’s commencement attire vendor, stole credit card information from students who purchased caps and gowns.
Trustees could finalize the budget for the upcoming year and discuss the work of the Marvin Center and Colonials moniker renaming committees Friday.
Indian economists and activists discussed India’s COVID-19 and environmental crises during a virtual event Wednesday.
Asha Reynolds, who joined GW in 2018 as a Title IX investigator, has served in the interim position since last October
Bruce Dickson, a professor of political science and international affairs, explained Chinese Communist Party politics and its history of oppression and control.
Bowser will lift limits on capacity, activity, time and other operations for restaurants, places of worship, gyms, schools and other venues May 21.
The alert was lifted after Metropolitan Police Department officers investigated and confirmed there were no hazardous materials in the package.
Groups hosted the annual itinerary of programming virtually last month after years of in-person culture shows and guest lecturers.
A SEAS researcher discovered that a stomach virus can survive and continue to spread despite common sanitation practice.
For a twist on a classic flute of champagne, try out one of these cocktails to raise your class in toast at your celebration this year.
To celebrate virtual Commencement, get your vaccinated friends together for a boozy brunch with bottomless cocktails.
We asked this year’s graduates to answer a few questions about their college experience that has been capstoned by a pandemic.
Plan a last hurrah with your friends or family to reminisce on your time living in the nation’s capital.
For the graduating class of 2021, we’ve compiled some standout cultural moments that went viral while you were in college.
The need for police reform is clear, but abolishing the police would hurt the people it is intended to help.
My existence and its carbon footprint are not excused just because I don’t mean to cause environmental harm.
Administrators should provide clear guidance on the COVID-19 vaccine requirement for international students hoping to return to campus.
We shouldn’t assume that only lazy people fail classes, and most of all we should understand that failing in of itself a defining character trait
The COVID-19 pandemic era has made it abundantly clear that GW’s residence halls are exorbitantly priced and leave much to be desired.
The current structure of law enforcement is so entrenched with violence, corruption and inadequate provision of safety that it cannot be reformed.
The men’s rowing team is gearing up for the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championship beginning May 28.
The women’s team set a program high of 24 points while the men’s team scored the second most points in program history with 10.
The squad remains undefeated at home in conference play this season, improving their home record to 12 wins after the weekend.
After dropping their first game to Saint Louis, softball nabbed three straight wins to close out the series last weekend.
Women’s basketball head coach Caroline McCombs was honored with the Maggie Dixon Coach of the Year award.
Three GW professors discuss the history and importance of the gay rights movement, the Civil Rights movement and the women’s rights movement and reflect on their protests and marches that have taken place in D.C. and around the country.
The Hatchet sat down with U Street business owners, residents and entertainers to discuss how high rent prices and the influx of new residents into the neighborhood is pushing out its unique history.
The Hatchet talked with George Glass, a senior who raised more than $3,500 for GW Mutual Aid by eating a sock on Instagram live.
Crowds gathered at Black Lives Matter Plaza Tuesday evening after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd.
We checked in with student employees to see how they are balancing classes, their shifts and the risks of going to work during a pandemic.
Massive road closures and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced people to observe President Joe Biden’s inauguration from afar this year.
In case you’re not in the District, here are some of the sights around campus as Inauguration Day nears.
Many students have yet to meet them in person, but here’s a glimpse of some of the University’s freshmen class.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs recaps the graduating seniors’ last four years at GW through monumental events.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast host Alec Rich and producer Ciara Regan speak with graduating seniors about their time at GW and graduation plans.
Alec Rich speaks with Dr. Georges Benjamin and Dr. Lynn Pasquerella about the universities requiring students to have the COVID-19 vaccine.
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