For the first weekend of summer, get sweaty at a poolside dance party, before touring an open-air market of local artists.
D.C. residents voted Tuesday in favor of a controversial measure bumping the minimum wage for tipped workers to $15 an hour by 2025.
The Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission unanimously approved plans to install a new crosswalk on H Street Wednesday.
A student biking across H Street Friday night suffered multiple injuries after a sedan struck him.
Check out our tips on topics from schedules to social media to help freshman know how to navigate their first few days on campus for Colonial Inauguration.
The D.C. Board of Ethics identified Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans as the subject of an ethics investigation earlier this month.
A clinical trial by medical school faculty found that a medication commonly used to treat kidney stones is ineffective.
Developers broke ground on a project to renovate the former Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School and construct an office building at 2100 L St. NW Monday.
A research team will use a $3 million grant to study the effects of a California ban on using antibiotics on livestock.
CVS debuted same-day prescription delivery in the District Tuesday, allowing residents to have their medication delivered to their homes within hours.
Three recent armed robberies in Foggy Bottom are exemplary of an overall increase in the crime since this time last year.
A man was arrested near campus Thursday for throwing bleach in a woman’s eyes and attempting to steal her purse, according to an MPD report.
The University entered an academic agreement with an international sports integrity coalition last week.
An alumna and former professor designed a set of scratch-and-sniff popsicle stamps released Wednesday.
As you explore campus for two days, keep these tips in mind so you can make a good first impression and have a successful first look at college life.
Beg a friend or two to travel across the river to Arlington and treat yourself to the PBNutella icebox pie.
Be an early riser this weekend to catch World Cup matches at a pop-up bar or to practice yoga with a view of the National Mall.
To stay in the know of campus happenings, set your push notifications on for these GW-themed social media accounts.
Initiative 77 works to ease the income inequality gap, but an increased minimum wage is still not enough to afford housing in D.C.
While many District residents celebrated this week, some alumni felt like they were left in the dark about pending changes to the GW Alumni Association.
With additional resources, producers of “13 Reasons Why” meet their goal of starting a productive conversation about tough topics.
While I didn’t know this coming into GW, incoming freshmen should embrace all opportunities with an open mind.
The Hatchet’s editorial board, a part of the opinions section, has the job of taking an official stance for the newspaper on various issues.
Majors force students to become one trick ponies instead of jacks of all trades, which isn’t beneficial in the workplace.
From state championships to representing the United States overseas, the incoming batch of freshman student athletes already competed at a high caliber.
Demko brings 15 years of coaching experience to GW and played professionally in the United States and Germany.
Paulus spent last season as an assistant coach at Louisville. Before coaching the Cardinals, Paulus was an assistant coach at Ohio State for four seasons.
The Colonials return 10 players from their roster and will use this summer to fill in the holes left by the exit of core players from last season’s squad.
For the first time since 2002, three Colonials were selected during the same draft.
Here’s a guide on how to navigate all of the public transportation options available to help you explore the District during your first year at GW.
The Class of 2018 gathered on the National Mall for the annual University-wide Commencement ceremony Sunday.
The Royal PUB will be open through May 20 to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Listen to Hatchet staff members give their advice for incoming freshmen and run down some of the most important news from the past year.
Listen to The Hatchet’s news team talk about this year’s commencement ceremony and graduates’ plans after graduation.
News editors update us on the University’s proposed updates to Title IX policies and students’ concerns about undergraduate research for social sciences.