Men’s and women’s basketball are poised to be the first GW sports to play since March. Learn about the team in The Hatchet’s 2020 Basketball Guide.
Students are working to assist people experiencing homelessness who live in encampments at risk of being cleared.
Once it becomes widely and equitably available, administrators must require students to receive the vaccine if they want to come back to campus.
The GW Police Department announced this month it will be increasing the number of required hours officers must train starting in 2021.
Administrators said early in the semester that layoffs would be completed within a few weeks but continued terminating staff positions well into the fall.
Keep up on the most recent GW and Foggy Bottom news related to COVID-19 here.
The Hatchet is tracking the number of COVID-19 tests and positive cases in the GW neighborhood and across D.C. every week.
Mayor Muriel Bowser tightened D.C. COVID-19 restrictions Monday, trimming capacity numbers for in-person gatherings and limiting business operations.
The SA’s Graduate Senators Caucus hosted a town hall Thursday to discuss graduate students’ sentiments on a tuition reduction for the academic year.
GW Students for Indigenous and Native American Rights is hosting online events during November to commemorate their annual Native American Heritage Celebration.
Undergraduate mentees said the program helped them navigate their preparations to take the Law School Admission Test and apply to law school.
Although COVID-19 pandemic has cast a shadow on most of Provost Brian Blake’s time at GW, he said he has been able to make progress on his initial goals.
Professors’ days are typically filled with lectures, office hours and research. The pandemic has added teaching elementary school to their to-do list.
GW’s pep band is working to make recordings of their music to be played during GW sports games amid GW’s campus closure.
This year, George’s Army President and senior George Glass said the group is taking a backseat and watching games individually on ESPN+.
Team members said they’ve turned to social media to continue promoting games and are unveiling performances on game days.
With course registration out of the way, take some time for yourself this weekend during the final weekend before Thanksgiving break.
The restaurant is right across the street from Metro’s Woodley Park station on the Red Line and is just a few blocks away from the National Zoo.
Pass up on seeing your extended family this Thanksgiving to make sure your loved ones are safe and healthy for the next one.
Asian Americans like myself need to stand with affirmative action and “race-conscious” admissions and put the needs of the many over our needs of the few.
White House staffers have helped to spread racism, bigotry and xenophobia – they cannot be allowed to hide in academia and promote those beliefs.
Encampments are a safe space, especially during a pandemic. City officials must protect that now more than ever.
Jack Evans’ legacy will hang over Pinto’s seat until she proves that she is a working in the interest of Ward 2 residents and not herself.
It’s lonely to be an international student right now, but professors could do more to make them feel like they’re making the most of the semester.
Players voted sophomore forward Faith Blethen, redshirt junior forward Neila Luma and graduate student guard Jasmine Whitney as captains.
This season, all 16 members of the men’s squad live in the United States with nine members growing up in the DMV.
Sophomore guards James Bishop and Jameer Nelson Jr. will be expected to handle the ball this season, head coach Jamion Christian said.
The team is looking to work in zone defense this year after Christian’s signature “mayhem” style fell short.
The squad will lean on ball handlers in graduate student guards Jasmine Whitney and Sydney Zambrotta and junior guard Maddie Loder.
Student organization leaders discussed the impact of Harris’ victory on girls and women around the country.
The GW College Democrats and GW College Republicans leaders discussed the results of the 2020 election.
A cultural interpreter from the National Museum of the American Indian spoke about the significance of Native American Heritage Month.
Thousands of President Donald Trump’s supporters poured onto the streets Saturday to rally against the presidential election results.
Students, D.C. natives and visitors surrounded the White House for impromptu festivities, popping bottles of champagne and dancing in the street.
Hatchet reporters are covering the sights and sounds of Election Day in the District. Follow along for live updates.
Demonstrators lined the streets around the Supreme Court Thursday, the last day of questioning from the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The group Covid Survivors for Change lined up 20,000 empty chairs outside the White House Saturday, representing the lives lost from coronavirus.
Podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with the executive director of a food delivery program about providing Thanksgiving meals during the pandemic.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast host Alec Rich speaks with sports editor Emily Maise about the upcoming basketball season.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast host Alec Rich speaks with experts in higher education about changes in store for colleges under President-elect Joe Biden’s administration.