A current member and former member of the Metro’s Board of Directors received subpoenas to testify in a federal investigation into Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans.
The D.C. Council voted to strip Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans of his committee chairmanship and launch an investigation into his business dealings Tuesday.
LeBlanc announced Tuesday that he will reduce the undergraduate student population by 20 percent over the next five years.
Campus resources may be more accessible as GW moves to cut the undergraduate population, but D.C.’s July fourth celebration drained its security funds.
The Metrobus received a D letter grade in a report card the Coalition for Smarter Growth and MetroHero released Wednesday.
Almost two-thirds of Americans oppose granting statehood to the District of Columbia, according to a poll released Monday.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will launch a new app next fall to help people with disabilities navigate the Metro.
The Metro is losing millions more dollars than expected to riders failing to pay their transit fares, WUSA reported Tuesday.
President Donald Trump’s July 4th celebration cost the District of Columbia about $1.7 million, depleting a fund earmarked for public safety.
Two people died and one person is injured in a car accident outside The Shops at 2000 Penn Wednesday night, emergency respondents said.
Officials will spend an additional $10 million this summer on improvements to the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses, according to a University release.
Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested a woman at the GW Hospital Monday after she refused to leave the emergency room, according to an MPD report.
GW Police Department officers arrested a man in Amsterdam Hall Friday for possessing drugs, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.
Begin your weekend at the French Embassy’s Bastille Day Celebration, then head over to the Lotus and Water Lily Festival Saturday for a fashion show.
With multiple different meat options, settle on the “naked balls” combo for your choice of meat, sauce, cheese and bread.
Onolicious Poke will be replaced with Kin’s Sushi in the District House basement on July 15.
The website sifts through airline and hotel companies’ prices to find the cheapest flights and hotels for college students.
Celebrate the Fourth of July with a baseball game at Nationals Park and a daytime block party at Decades.
While the minimum wage in the District is increasing to $14 per hour, a law school alumna came under fire for her defense of migrant detention centers.
Some students may have missed out on Pride celebrations while they were back home, so GW should host more Pride events during the school year.
The District should stop trying to enforce fines on fare evasion and instead use an honor system that encourages people to pay for the Metro.
While a leading presidential candidate introduced a plan to eliminate student loan debt, the NCAA does not want student athletes to be paid.
GW should not let racists into our school, even if they apologize and insist they have changed after being caught.
While a sociology professor became the first African to write a biography of Nelson Mandela, councilmember Jack Evans is under fire once again.
Officials are updating the court’s design to feature a geographical outline of D.C. on the center of the court, according to a press release Thursday.
The team will play its fewest number of home games since the 2010 season.
During his tenure, the men’s team won back-to-back Hoehn Cups and nine players earned College Squash Association All-American status.
The squad will play 10 games at home and face nine teams on the road over the 19-game regular season.
The Colonials’ regular season will consist of four meets before entering the postseason.
Thousands gathered for the annual Capital Pride Parade Saturday to celebrate LGBTQ identities.
Graduating editors took some time to reflect on their experiences at The Hatchet.
Dozens of embassies opened their doors to the public Saturday to hold tours and showcase performances.
On this week’s episode, assistant news editor Lia DeGroot recounts the Class of 2019’s graduation ceremony on the National Mall.
Assistant news editor Jared Gans spoke with more than 15 faculty and staff who have complained about conditions in the psychology department building.
Student Association President Ashley Le talks about her work with administrators and SA leaders to cut costs of printing, laundry and rental rooms.