A new project in the School of Media and Public Affairs will ask political communication students to consider the ethics of their field.
Roughly 75 students gathered in the Marvin Center Amphitheater Wednesday for an annual debate among Student Association candidates.
Officials plan to house upperclassmen in a graduate residence hall and off-campus hotel while Thurston Hall receives renovations.
After more than half a year of vacancy, the former Lindy’s Red Lion space will be filled at The Shops at 2000 Penn.
Nicolaas Fourie, a research professor of anthropology who earned his doctorate from GW, died last month at 38.
A local governing body passed resolutions to expand the Capital Bikeshare system in the neighborhood and add bus lanes on H and I streets.
A researcher in the public health school was awarded $1.2 million last semester to research the way Bangladeshi infants contract an infectious bacteria.
More than 200 Asian professors were employed in 2018, the highest number in at least a decade, officials said earlier this month.
Members of the Progressive Student Union said administrators have not addressed a list of 10 demands regarding labor conditions at GW.
A group of students launched a new off-campus organization Monday providing free emergency contraception.
The Hatchet is tracking student organizations’ picks for Student Association president and executive vice president.
The D.C. Council unanimously voted Tuesday to reprimand Councilmember Jack Evans, who is currently under federal investigation.
Darrell Darnell, the leader of the GW Police Department, has at least temporarily exited his position, a University spokeswoman confirmed.
It may have been difficult to get back into the swing of things after spring break, but there are events around the District to help you unwind.
Visitors of the Smithsonian museums with visual impairments will now be able to better interact with exhibits after the implementation of a new technology.
The next time you head into Whole Foods, skip out on the hot bar or kiosks and choose to order from Foodhini.
If you are in the District this weekend, take the last days of spring break to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
If you’re staying in the District for spring break, you can transport yourself to warmer weather at events around D.C. this weekend.
Administrators must recognize the devotion and hard work that students put toward their education by giving credit to students who pass AP exams.
The module is more about teaching minorities how to treat their oppressors than it is about how to end oppression.
When professors require students to attend events outside of class, they must make sure these external events are financially accessible for all students.
The University Pass program is good for all students, and the University should join students in advocating and negotiating for the opt-in pass.
Students have panned Thurston Hall as an inadequate and frankly dilapidated first-year residence hall, but renovations will help build community among students.
Although a GWorld increase may seem like a further investment in student life, it only creates a larger burden for students to carry.
Brown averaged 7.7 minutes per game and 0.5 points per game in 29 appearances for the Colonials.
John Thompson III helmed Georgetown’s men’s basketball program from 2004-17 and was named as a potential candidate for GW’s men’s basketball head coaching job.
Christian comes to GW after spending one season at Siena, where he led the Saints to a 17-16 record overall and an 11–7 showing in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference play.
Joseph, who led men’s basketball since he was named head coach in March 2017, had a five-year deal with the program.
Men’s basketball put up a fight against George Mason in a close game that saw eight lead changes and seven ties.
The candidates for SA president and executive vice president participated in a debate at the Marvin Center Wednesday night.
Student Association candidates woke up early to hang their campaign posters around campus at the Marvin Center, University Yard and other buildings.
The lounge will be open through June and will house kittens that are available for adoption.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team updates us on the status of the Colonial Health Center’s leadership and the first review of GW’s president.
Listen to our culture editor as she looks back at important moments on a timeline of black history at the University.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team talks about a student’s push for discounted Metro rides and the University’s new alumni association.