More than 10 Thurston Hall residents said in that early-morning construction noises are waking them up early and distracting them from studying.
SA leaders discovered after they canceled a contentious senate meeting that security detail had actually been put in place for the event.
The play takes place on one red line train, while the characters come and go through scenes after riding for a few stops each.
Officials and experts said without the necessary funds for GW Libraries, research materials will not be enough to make GW a top-tier research institution.
Senior Cami Drouin-Allaire will round out her senior year by making a historic third trip to the NCAA Championships this weekend.
David Rhodes, the president of CBS News, discussed the state of media in the age of Donald Trump at the Marvin Center Thursday.
The GW Undergraduate Review released its inaugural issue at the Science and Engineering Hall Thursday.
CNN political commentator and alumna Sally Kohn discussed her new book Wednesday at Jack Morton Auditorium about lessons from her new book, “The Opposite of Hate.”
Former Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., discussed his experiences in the military at the Marvin Center Amphitheater Wednesday.
The initiative includes the repair and maintenance of five streets in Foggy Bottom and the West End neighborhood.
Officials piloted six courses focused on career development in subjects like biology, geography, psychology and music this academic year.
Officials said they have repeatedly reached out to vendors and encouraged them to sign on – but the effort has been largely unsuccessful.
WMATA is currently developing a Metro app that will offer users mobile payment options and real-time service information.
Thai Chef’s Thai tea custard with toast is an uncommon approach to bubble milk tea.
As the weather warms up, get outside and hop from festival to festival this weekend.
Pick and choose from our stoned itinerary, or hit everything on this list for a hazy day of good vibes.
A group of 15 students from the School of Engineering and Applied Science has worked since August to craft an off-road vehicle for an international competition.
The DMV boasts more than 40 miles of bike lanes and 8,000 miles of trails, making it the ideal area for planning a pedaled escape.
Students must remain cognizant that there are differences and complexities in every culture and they all deserve to be heard.
Across the country, universities have changed their policies on paying administrative fines through food donations. GW should follow their lead.
The University has a duty to ensure that every student is able to speak their beliefs and advocate for their own well-being.
As GW comes to terms with its past and enters a new presidential era, it’s time to change the Colonial to the unofficial mascot, the Hippo.
Mandating a waiver for health insurance will make health care more affordable for students and bring GW in line with a practice that is standard in higher education.
With this new shift of organization in the police department, a new wave of transparency must start to foster a connection between students and UPD.
Senior third baseman Isaiah Pasteur has now recorded a hit in 25 consecutive games, a new program record.
Sophomore Gemma Atherley set five national swimming records for Jersey at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games earlier this month.
Members of the team said the event was a sign of the program’s growth since becoming a varsity sport six years ago.
The Colonials are on their way to breaking a program-best record in a single season but have struggled to pitch, hit and defend all at once.
GW will become one of fewer than 50 universities with a woman leading athletics when interim athletics director Tanya Vogel takes over in July.
Dozens of student volunteers cleaned up litter they found around campus as part of the Office of Sustainability’s Campus Cleanup event Wednesday.
Senior dance major Linda Ryan is using GoPro cameras in her honors thesis to explore the relationship between physical and virtual spaces.
The Humane League collaborated with GW Animal Advocates to host a virtual reality workshop with professional animal activist Chris Guinn in District House Wednesday.
The Hatchet news team talks about what to expect at the SA meeting Monday night, which will address calls to divest for the second year in a row.
Our news team talks about GW ending its contract with International Limousine Service and the plan for the new $795 million bond.
Hatchet editors talk about administrative departures, admitted student days, the best spots in Northwest D.C. and a musically talented baseball player.
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