Students not returning to campus will be contacted “in the coming weeks” by one of three storage companies to reclaim their belongings.
Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities Christy Anthony said officials upheld Kappa Alpha’s two-year suspension last week.
Closing campus was the right thing to protect students’ health, but GW’s plan still has room for improvement.
Keep up on the most recent GW and Foggy Bottom news related to COVID-19 here.
The dish came expertly packed with the four tortillas and salsas on the side to prevent sogginess during the delivery process.
A woman is suing the GW Hospital for medical negligence, alleging doctors permanently injured her newborn infant when she was giving birth in 2008.
More than 1,500 students signed a petition requesting that officials change GW’s on-campus residency requirement.
Graduate students launched a petition Tuesday calling for officials to expand GW’s tuition discount to include graduate and professional students.
The SA deliberated the body’s plans to address COVID-19 and passed legislation pressing for more student aid as GW prepares for an online semester.
As CARES Act funding expires, Metro officials are bracing for the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic to drive the agency into a deeper “financial crisis.”
The BSU Big Brother, Big Sister Matriculation Program will work to pair freshman students with upperclassmen mentors who share similar majors and interests.
The D.C. Board of Elections will open at least 80 in-person polling locations for this November’s general election, the DCist reported.
In a reversal of the University’s previous changes to the fall academic calendar, students will now attend classes as originally planned.
Walk through the National Arboretum, take a yoga class while sipping a mimosa and tour D.C.’s historic Hillwood Museum and Gardens.
Head to the Kennedy Center’s pop-up wine garden, catch a drive-in movie and end the weekend at the National Zoo’s reopening.
Calico DC’s barbecue brisket sandwich ($15) comes with fresh coleslaw, sweet pickles and chips.
Delve into R&B singer and songwriter Summer Walker’s newly released EP about the emotional nature of breakups.
Take a break from the crowded city and explore the flora and fauna of the District with kayaking, an art exhibit and gardens.
The Office of Advocacy and Support is a crucial resource for students in such uncertain times.
Our streets host two pandemics – one, pedestrian injury, and the other, a deadly virus that endangers those forced to walk too close to one another.
In a time of nationwide upheaval surrounding systemic racism, we are still fighting a pandemic that is stumping universities’ fall plans.
Even with restrictions, reopening campus means allowing thousands of students to potentially spread COVID-19 to their peers.
We fear that the administration is using this crisis to accomplish its own long-term vision of changing the nature of GW in a short-term, backhanded way.
While GW decides whether to continue self-describing as Colonials, we should start working to restructure higher education.
Men’s rowing, sailing, men’s and women’s squash, men’s indoor track, men’s tennis and women’s water polo will be eliminated, affecting about 118 student-athletes.
Despite the precautions and adjustments Solomon made throughout the 10-day tournament, he said he is glad to experience his first taste of “normal” since March.
The #OnlyAtGW Voting Initiative seeks to increase voter registration and educate student-athletes on political issues and procedures.
Sarah Overcash and Ariel Stephenson will remain on the women’s basketball team as graduate assistants for the 2020-21 season.
Infielder Amber Lotz and outfielder Olivia Vinyard will join the Colonials after four seasons with Houston Baptist and Yale, respectively.
Outside of national headlines, there is years’ worth of learning to unpack related to the Black Lives Matter movement.
GW held an online commencement ceremony this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three international students discussed their plans to leave campus and how they adjusted to online classes from different locations around the world.
Thousands of people flocked to the White House Friday to protest the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody.
Despite this year’s virtual Commencement ceremony, some GW students still celebrated on the National Mall on their graduation day.
Eleven Hatchet photographers traveled around their hometowns to document life away from campus.
Some said they have picked up new hobbies like cooking or reading, while others are trying to hunker down on work and job applications.
Patients could receive testing for COVID-19 at on-campus drive- and walk-thru sites for the first time Monday.
I’ll remember college as the four years I spent making a difference in the community, one interview, article or 15-hour production day at a time.
Saying goodbye to The Hatchet’s townhouse feels like the end of a sitcom. It’s as though I should be packing up boxes as wistful music plays and I’m surrounded by everyone who made these years special.
Though informing the community is The Hatchet’s biggest mandate, training the next generation of journalists to fall in love with their profession is what makes it great.
Being a copy editor has taught me that the details matter, even the ones most people fail to notice.