Marcia McNutt delivered the annual Commencement address on the National Mall Sunday, telling graduates that “hope is contagious.”
A lawsuit filed May 10 claims GW did not adequately respond to complaints of alleged sexual misconduct occurring at an Elliott School institute.
Growing up queer and Jewish in New Hampshire is different than growing up with these attributes in a diverse city like D.C.
Experts said the University’s newly announced Title IX policy puts GW in line with its peer institutions.
All three of sailing’s disciplines qualified for the Inter-collegiate Sailing Association National Championships for the first time in program history.
The University will no longer provide a service allowing students to rent safes in their residence halls.
A permanent task force in the Panhellenic Association will launch this summer to combat sexual assault in Greek life.
MFA faculty said administrators must align the goals of the MFA, GW Hospital and the medical school before pursuing an official partnership.
The Board of Trustees’ student experience task force released a drafted set of guiding principles for officials to follow Friday.
A sophomore and neighborhood commissioner presented legislation last week supporting a D.C.-wide initiative to lower the voting age to 16.
More than 10 graduating seniors said they chose to live in D.C. after graduation to stay close to a network of alumni and professors who can help secure jobs.
The number of students using an anonymous mental health hotline leaped to 40 users since its launch last academic year.
Trustees approved a more than $1 billion operating budget for the third consecutive year to fund LeBlanc’s main priorities.
A student uses his painting skills to polish up worn-out sneakers for his company, Pancakes Apparel.
Unlike your usual rap lyrics, when Bahmanyar is performing under his stage name CoinDaddy, he preaches about his passion for Bitcoin.
Haikan’s small plates, like the poutine with tofu and mozzarella cheese curds, are not to be overlooked.
If you need a distraction as final grades trickle in, check out the music of Iceage before peddling through your stresses at the annual DC Bike Ride.
GW’s Commencement this weekend will help Airbnb bring in 11,490 guests, according to a release from the company Wednesday.
Students, including myself, shouldn’t feel guilty for going home to work as camp counselors or in customer service to earn money and spend time with family.
While new Title IX policies are a step in the right direction, there is still room for improvement and GW needs to make updates to protect students.
While interracial couples are being represented more in television and movies, we can’t rely on Hollywood to have the hard conversations for us.
GW can help students learn the basics of budgeting by training incoming students on how to spend wisely, which students can apply toward post-college spending.
Knowledge is power, so the University should give its students all the information possible to feel safe in their community.
As the University looks to be more inclusive, it needs to determine all the ways it might make students of certain groups feel uncomfortable.
Four years ago, the track and field program made its debut and a crop of 13 freshmen paved the way as the program’s first recruiting class.
Three athletic programs won conference titles and nine sent athletes to NCAA competitions during the 2017-18 academic year.
Elana Meyers Taylor sat down with The Hatchet to discuss her start at GW and what she thinks about on the start line at the Olympics.
The Colonials will host Stony Brook and Siena at the Smith Center to open their season.
Nine members of the baseball team were the first graduates to have their degrees conferred by University President Thomas LeBlanc.
The Royal PUB will be open through May 20 to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
About 50 graduate students demonstrated outside of Rice Hall Tuesday to call for better health care benefits and pay.
German photographer Luigi Toscano traveled the world for three years while taking more than 200 photos of Holocaust survivors.
Listen to The Hatchet’s news team talk about this year’s commencement ceremony and graduates’ plans after graduation.
News editors update us on the University’s proposed updates to Title IX policies and students’ concerns about undergraduate research for social sciences.
Listen to Hatchet news editors talk about a recent lawsuit against the University, graduate students’ effort to unionize and GW’s rising admission rate.