School of Business Dean Anuj Mehrotra has implemented a series of new initiatives in the school during his first year at the helm.
Junior utility player Jessica Linquist’s 28-game hitting streak cemented her in a tie for the 17th longest hitting streak in Division I softball history.
A donor-funded professorship in the School of Business focusing on business ethics has remained vacant for the sixth year in a row.
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.
Faculty in the East Asian languages and literatures department will host a new workshop in May for faculty interested in learning how to teach Chinese.
Researchers in the public health school authored a study finding that traffic pollution causes 4 million cases of childhood asthma annually.
Medical school administrators said the GW Cancer Center plans to obtain an NCI grant by 2025 as officials focus on bolstering research in the meantime.
A local governing group approved a resolution Wednesday calling on city officials to open a section of H Street that has been closed since 2013.
The SBA Senate unanimously rescinded a bill Tuesday that would have used extra funds to buy senators matching sweatshirts.
The SA Senate passed a resolution Monday condemning those responsible for tearing down posters advertising a GW YAF event earlier this month.
A local governing body heard presentations about the renewal of liquor licenses and construction plans for University buildings.
A panel of journalists spoke about their concerns about the conservative media at the Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday.
GWPD responded to a report that Chick-fil-A ranch sauce was thrown from a sixth-floor window of Amsterdam Hall.
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.
Rumble, a new boxing studio frequented by celebrities like Justin Bieber and Kylie Jenner, opened just steps from campus on Friday.
For restaurants with great food and outdoor seating options, check out these spots across the District.
An alumna won an award for her photo series, which highlights Muslim individuals praying outside of their homes or mosques and in public places.
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.
The Vern may have charms, but it also has drawbacks that incoming students should be aware of before they decide on housing.
Administrators need to be transparent with students about their stance on removing the Colonials nickname for something less controversial.
With so many adjunct professors teaching at the University, students are not getting all that they can out of their education.
GW took the first win against George Mason in a doubleheader Wednesday but could not carry the momentum into the second game.
Junior steeplechase racer Suzanne Dannheim smashed her former school record in the outdoor 3000-meter race Saturday.
Nelson Jr. averaged 10 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game as a junior at the Haverford School.
The men’s and women’s teams racked up a handful of wins over the weekend in the programs’ only home regatta of the season.
GW’s three conference wins place the Colonials sixth out of 10 teams in the conference, just within reach of the A-10 Championship.
A professor set up an echo chamber in Marvin Center this week that allows students to listen up close to music.
An event this week was sponsored by HBO in anticipation of the return of the popular fantasy television show “Game of Thrones.”
The Japanese American Student Alliance partnered with the D.C. Shiba Inu Rescue to host dogs in Square 80 on Saturday. During the event, employees from the rescue center educated students about the breed.
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.
On this week’s episode, a news editor gives us a recap of SA elections. Plus, our culture editor explains the annual Best of Northwest guide.
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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.
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