After navigating a rough week of midterms, get off campus this weekend and take your mind off the stress of college.
Cars dumped from nearby highways and roads directly onto Foggy Bottom’s streets are a serious threat to campus and community safety.
Albert Small, a philanthropist who helped established research and historical studies at GW, died last week. He was 95.
After meeting in person last month, senators will revert back online to meet via WebEx, according to an email from senate staff members last week.
Robert White, an at-Large Council member, announced his campaign via Twitter and will hold a campaign launch event Thursday.
After a Metro train slipped off the tracks near Arlington Cemetery Tuesday, the Washington Metro Transit Authority reduced Blue Line rail service.
The Graduate School of Education and Human Development hosted a three-part workshop series centered on critical race theory Wednesday.
The Elliott School of International Affairs hosted a discussion on how the COVID-19 pandemic defined the current state of international leadership Wednesday.
Dozens gathered outside JBKO as police vehicles and at least seven firetrucks arrived after the fire triggered the alarm at about 7 p.m. Sunday.
A subject assaulted a staff member with the intent to commit sexual abuse then broke a car window in the G Street Garage Monday.
Officials are launching an initiative as part of a broader commitment to make GW more financially accessible for students with scholarships and fellowships.
Dance faculty and students in Corcoran have struggled finding alternative spaces while the studio at Building J undergoes renovations.
The U.S. News and World Report rankings don’t tell the full story about what’s important about going to college.
GW is not acting within its existing powers and authorities to minimize the harm and trauma that survivors of sexual abuse are forced to endure.
Officials should provide students the option to specify their preferred pronouns next to their name in a school-wide system.
GW must democratize decision making at the University by ceding power to students, faculty and staff.
GW should build on its progress in preventing the spread of COVID-19 on campus and place a testing center on the Vern.
If GW does not clean up its act, students may be faced with packing up their stuff and returning home for another academic year online
For fall-appropriate sweet treats that support veterans and their families, check out Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown.
Several students have taken to social media to share humorous and relatable content about campus life.
Ranging from holographic art to a 3D-talking tree, check out our rundown of interactive exhibits featuring exciting artwork currently available in the District.
For 8-year-old Myles “MiniShotta” Campbell, photographing events like New York Fashion Week is a regular part of his schedule.
When Taco Bell doesn’t seem up to par with your late night taco cravings, check out Surfside’s taco stand in Dupont.
The Colonials have begun their fall slate on a strong note as they look to improve upon a strong semifinals appearance in the A-10 Championship last spring.
Despite outshooting La Salle 13-8, the Colonials were ultimately unable to convert their chances and fell to LaSalle Sunday afternoon.
The Colonials rowed into the fall season at the Head of the Potomac race Sept. 26 for the first time since 2019.
The 2022 class is headlined by a trio of student-athletes who made history by breaking the color barrier at the University.
Junior guard Sheslanie Laureano said it was a “totally different” environment when she moved to Miami to pursue collegiate basketball.
The ceremony included Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., as the keynote speaker and Dr. Anthony Fauci as one of the recipients of the Presidential Medal.
During GW’s 2021 Commencement ceremony, students gathered simultaneously on the National Mall to protest.
Within the first few hours of opening, more than 800 people showed up to shop the collection.
Wunder Garten’s sixth annual Dogtoberfest invites pets and their parents to dress up and enjoy German style beers every Sunday this October.
See the scenes of Saturday’s Commencement ceremony as the classes of 2020 and 2021 gathered on the National Mall.
More than 20 miles of city roads were closed this past Saturday for the fourth annual D.C. Bike Ride.
Sophomore Abby Schaub races to first base during softball’s first scrimmage of their upcoming season.
See a glimpse of how today’s bustling scenes on campus compare to empty, quiet life near the start of the pandemic.
Host Alec Rich speaks with The Hatchet’s student life editor and Stetson University’s former director of Title IX compliance.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs follows the story of an 8-year old professional photographer.
Podcast host Alec Rich takes us through this weekend’s Commencement, including the keynote speech from Sen. Elizabeth Warren.