The proportion of white students has dropped by about two percentage points annually since 2013, putting GW on track to fall below 50 percent white next fall.
Hatchet staff checked four residence halls three times a day for 31 days. Two residence halls lacked monitors who check IDs more than 95 percent of the time.
With an article that sought to serve as an exposé of the athletic department published by Deadspin Thursday, GW became embroiled in a controversy involving former athletic director Patrick Nero.
Proposed changes to federal Title IX guidelines could require GW to alter its policies and eliminate the single-investigator model for sexual assault cases.
Officials said at a Faculty Senate meeting earlier this month that almost 100 percent of faculty members from the School of Nursing give back to GW.
Anuj Mehrotra, the dean of the School of Business, said he will focus on improving the student experience, alumni engagement and research.
Students are in the process of forming a pre-law chapter of the Black Law Student Association for undergraduates who have an interest the legal field.
More veteran and military-affiliated students have been affected by delays in benefits from the Department of Veteran Affairs this year than in previous years.
Five 4-RIDE drivers said a lack of drivers, an outdated communication system and late students hinder their ability to operate the service effectively.
Sethi said he’s focusing this year on outlining a strategic plan, collaborating with the D.C. community and hiring more faculty.
GW Police Department officers arrested a man in Shenkman Hall Saturday after he attacked two police officers.
GWPD responded to the 2200 block of F Street after a male student reported that a Nissan struck him while he was riding his bicycle down the street.
Students are investigating the disappearance of bees from their hives atop Lisner Hall – the second year in a row that at least two hives have collapsed.
Skip the holiday meal prep and try the pre-fixed courses at a number of celebrated restaurants near campus.
A senior started a game called CryptoPets that allows users to cartoon characters also serve as a digital monetary asset that can be exchanged and sold.
If you are one of the brave students organizing a Friendsgiving potluck for the holiday, here are three easy takes on classic Thanksgiving dishes.
Former adjunct professor Charles Bergen is revamping call boxes around D.C. to honor prominent women in history.
Katrina Pariera challenges the sex-positive discourse on whether open communication about sex can always lead to positive outcomes.
While some people may question the merit of studying in Europe, the continent is diverse and provides vast cultural experiences for students.
Putting undue pressure on smaller organizations creates a cycle of groups forming, disbanding and forming again. The University must stop this pattern.
The interactions between people of entirely different backgrounds and upbringings are integral to the study abroad program.
All students are required to travel to the Vern and GW should provide a means of transportation that is clean, sustainable and efficient.
In side-stepping the principle of shared governance, outsourcing reflects one of the biggest problems with the culture of work at this University.
While you’re packing clothes and textbooks for Thanksgiving, take the time to remember that you’re not coming home as a kid, but as an adult.
The Colonials have shown flashes of potential against No. 4 Virginia and No. 18 Michigan as they took on top teams in the nation over the past week.
The Colonials outscored the Bison 3–2 in overtime to capture GW’s second-ever Mid Atlantic Water Polo Conference Championship.
Women’s basketball will be spending its Thanksgiving on the hardwood this year for the second season in a row.
The Colonials outscored South Carolina 37–34 in the final frame but could not overcome their 18-point first half.
The Colonials opened the game dropping 26 points in the first quarter, but were held to 17 points over the final three quarters.
We have all been forced to down a family member’s greasy and lackluster casserole with a smile on our face. But this Thanksgiving, you can rethink the staple and enjoy a dish with a crunch that goes unmatched.
Mia Simonetti launched Take Back the Tap, a campaign that encourages students to opt for reusable water bottles, to reduce plastic waste at the University.
The Young America’s Foundation hosted an event for students to write letters to veterans in Kogan Plaza Tuesday.
Listen to The Hatchet’s sports editor explains allegations that were made against the former athletic director.
On this week’s podcast, two news editors update us on GW’s discrimination and harassment policies and alumni donation goals.
On this week’s podcast, listen to The Hatchet’s sports editor gives an overview of the upcoming basketball season.