Seven faith-based groups debuted a room on the third floor of the Multicultural Student Services Center Friday for students to congregate for worship.
Donations from parents fell for the third consecutive year in fiscal year 2018, dropping to $5.7 million, a six-year low for the University.
The GW Alumni Association voted last week to continue operations as the Independent Alumni Association of George Washington.
Withers began working at the University 53 years ago, and has revolutionized the dance program while running her own dance company.
The Elliott School has solicited eight-figure donations for two consecutive years – the first time the school has accomplished such a feat.
GW’s top two political student groups planned campaign trips in the same congressional district ahead of the midterm elections.
Dining representatives piloted “Supermarket Sundays” this week, an event at Whole Foods that gave students a tour of the store and meal prep tips.
A professor in the nursing school is working to create a set of guidelines for nursing professors teaching pediatric care.
The Muslim Students’ Association will soon join thousands of student groups across the globe raising money for orphans in seven countries.
The Faculty Salary Equity Committee found that 5 to 7 percent of faculty are receiving salaries below or above the average range in their departments.
A female student reported to GWPD that an unidentified subject created a fake Instagram account registered to her name that featured a threatening message.
Boston Properties and the D.C. Department of Transportation will revamp the intersection of I, 21st and 22nd streets NW over the next few years.
In more than 20 interviews, faculty members said prohibiting unauthorized student recordings in the classroom boosts trust and open communication.
The deli opened its doors Thursday, but has already gained a cult following at farmers markets across the District.
An alumna’s art therapy program, Tracy’s Kids, provides local children with art supplies to cope with their illnesses and extended hospitalizations.
Start your weekend laughing through a veteran comedian’s set, then enjoy live performances and D.C. street food coursing through H Street.
Candice Cain said her new television show’s premise, characters and plot are directly lifted from her experience at GW.
The next time you’re craving something sweet, take the journey to Fare Well and indulge in a slice of s’mores cake.
SA President Ashley Le has numerous goals with vague solutions and it’s vital that she doesn’t get lost in the list she has created.
As long as GW accepts standardized test scores, it is supporting a system that values numbers over individuals.
Achieving high grades is important, but having a perfect 4.0 GPA shouldn’t be the linchpin of the freshman experience.
The low costs of scooters help students, and by increasing prices due to regulations, the burden only increases for students and low-income individuals.
The heightened fear of police, coupled with the decline in police legitimacy would increase the gap between the school and the community in Foggy Bottom.
SMPA must increase diversity efforts by promoting students’ voices and admitting more minority students.
The victory marks the sixth time this season the Colonials have held their opponents to a single digit score while tallying 20 or more points themselves.
Nine members of men’s squash’s 13-player roster hail from countries other than the United States – the most in program history.
The Colonials have only won one game through four Atlantic 10 matches and currently stand 11th out of 13 teams in the league.
Underclassmen account for more than half of GW’s goals this year and 60 percent of the shots taken.
Sophomore midfielder Natalie Silberman netted the game-winner in the ninth minute of overtime action.
The Death Becomes Us pop-up bar is a part of a series of events leading up to the True Crime Festivals.
The exhibit features a virtual reality game where users can paint using VR equipment.
Hundreds of demonstrators congregated outside the U.S. Supreme Court for the “Stop Kavanaugh Protest” Wednesday night.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news editors discuss the opening of a student prayer space on campus.
On this week’s episode, hear news editors talk about the launch of a discounted meal startup and GW’s recent partnership with the Disney Institute.
News reporters update us on a group of graduate students’ push for a union and discuss a new student-made guide for middle to low-income students.