A lobbyist injured in the Alexandria, Va. shooting last week has been released from GW Hospital after being treated for gunshot wounds to his chest and arm.
The Hatchet is making one final call for donations from our alumni and community supporters in order to save the F Street townhouse.
The University’s National Security Archive is part of a lawsuit against the White House claiming that President Donald Trump and his staff are deleting messages and violating presidential records laws.
Check out the most used slang terms on campus, advice your CI leader won’t tell you and the administrators you need to know all in our guide.
Mayor Muriel Bowser plans to take on the rats in the city with three projects to reduce trash pileups in areas with high rodent populations.
Victoria Pridemore, associate director of the Office of Military and Veteran Student Services temporarily left the University for military duty last October, a move that wasn’t publicly announced.
Fares will be increased during peak, and off-peak hours, while weekend hours will be expanded.
The students’ finding is at odds with police and likely to spur conspiracy theories that have swirled around the case.
A man reported a robbery after he said two individuals stole his bike while threatening him with a gun outside of Lafayette Hall Saturday.
A local neighborhood group voted unanimously Wednesday to support studying how vacant office space could be transformed into affordable housing.
In her research, Raya Kheirbek combed through medical records of people age 100 and older and found that they offer suffer from chronic illness less than younger generations.
Construction on Canal Road will block part of the Vern Express route for the next week, starting Wednesday evening.
The D.C. Tuition Assistance Grant program has previously required parents of applicants to have legal residency.
The Cookie Jar DC, an edible cookie dough confectionery with a pop-up shop in D.C., is offering specials all day Wednesday in honor of National Cookie Dough Day.
It’s heating up in the District and gelato is the perfect way to relax and cool off. Luckily, Dolcezza has locations all over the DMV to satisfy your gelato needs.
As the official summer months begin and draw hotter weather, here are some activities to keep you sane.
Check out our roundup of outdoor movies featured all around the District this summer.
Although you, and more likely your parents, may be nervous about living in the city, not all the crimes on campus are cause for concern.
Despite what many cisgender white gay men at GW may believe, we have done a insufficient job ensuring that our community represents all the colors of the rainbow.
While GW is taking a step in the right direction by becoming more environmentally friendly, D.C. has taken steps backward after a series of racially charged incidents.
Students look forward to exploring the culture of exotic countries, causing some cultures right here in the U.S. to be ignored.
GW should add items like Plan B, tampons and medication to their pre-existing vending machines to make them more health conscious and receptive to student needs.
New virtual reality technology can now take you inside your surgery, but the University’s summer study abroad programs won’t take you to where you want to go.
Instead of trying to go to every single CI activity, freshmen shouldn’t be afraid to skip a few CI activities to form memories with new friends.
Joey Bartosic and Eddie Muhl were both selected during the MLB First Year Player Draft Wednesday.
After graduating 112 student-athletes, many teams will have to adapt without important contributors from last year.
Former Illinois guard D.J. Williams is now the seventh player to sign under head coach Maurice Joseph.
The Arlington County Board has approved plans to renovate Tucker Field. Renovations include a new clubhouse, locker facilities and indoor and outdoor batting cages.
Ganiyat Adeduntan, who served as an assistant coach at Northeastern’s women’s basketball program and previously served as head coach at Wheelock, is the second assistant coach to be added to the team in the last week.
As the largest first-year resident hall, Thurston Hall will be housing more than 1,000 students in the fall. Former Thurston Hall resident advisors discuss the dorm’s history and their favorite aspects of living in the building.
Check out Jazz in the Garden occurs every Friday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. this summer. Locals can listen to jazz, purchase refreshments from the Pavilion Café and celebrate the arts.
U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth told graduates of the Class of 2017 to “be humble” on the National Mall for the annual Commencement ceremony Sunday.