Lonnie Bunch, the secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, will be this year’s commencement speaker, officials announced Monday.
From viral recipes to the most embarrassing moment over Zoom, read The Hatchet’s Best of Northwest for our pick of trends and places to visit in D.C.
SEAS will launch two online computer science programs this fall – the Gateway to Computer Science Certificate and the master’s in applied computer science.
The National Guard activated about 250 unarmed officers as the city braces for the verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Experts said the Board of Trustees could choose not to renew LeBlanc’s contract following high tensions between him and the GW community.
Officials have consistently said they anticipate returning to campus this fall to the “fullest extent possible” but have yet to make a definitive decision.
Vaccinated students said they’ve struggled to get comfortable expanding their social activities beyond prior distancing guidelines.
Vaccinated faculty said they are eager to return to campus this fall to restore campus life for students and urge University members to accept the vaccine.
The project will feature a website that includes interactive maps and links to historical information to celebrate the neighborhood’s history.
Faculty said officials should prioritize funding for research in light of delays during the pandemic rather than allocating money for a surplus.
The study found that a recent shortage of Black, Hispanic and Native American graduates could continue to limit workforce diversity across the country.
BSU President-elect Gianna Cook and Executive Vice President-elect Tony Peeler will begin their term April 28, following an active year for the organization.
Burger Tap & Shake, a longtime burger joint on Washington Circle, will be deary missed by the GW community and tourists alike.
District Derp earned The Hatchet’s pick for best legal weed company because of its unique business model.
Call Your Mother’s sandwich is sure to please even the pickiest bacon, egg and cheese devotee.
The hearty bread, known for its distinct sour taste, is made with a sourdough starter: a mixture of water and flour that is “fed” for a few days to weeks.
The Lavender Lemonade is a concoction of One Eight District Made gin, lavender, honey, lemon and Giffard Cassis Noir de Bourgogne.
When the majority of faculty say that it is time to move on, then it is time for the Board of Trustees to do what LeBlanc cannot – listen.
Professors should be cognizant of how uniquely overburdened students are right now when they form expectations of how students should perform.
The implementation of the long-awaited Asian American Studies minor is a reminder of how far GW has yet to go to support AAPI students.
Students should not let conspiracy theories or misgiven concerns about this setback dent their confidence in vaccines’ safety more broadly.
Newly elected SA leaders must move past the status quo to positively impact the student experience at GW.
If you did not get a head start on campus tours before the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a few things to know about the University before sending in your initial deposit.
Silberman earned her first postseason honors in her final season with the Colonials, tallying a career-high and team-leading six consecutive goals.
After a year away from the track, track and field has broken five GW records on the men’s side and five program records on the women’s side.
Senior midfielder Catie Perkins found the back of the net from the VCU doorstep in the 53rd minute to trigger a four-point scoring run and secure the Colonial victory.
GW hoped for a chance to compete in the A-10 Tournament, but the team was not named one of the four qualifying teams for the postseason.
Freshman guard Tyler Brelsford’s departure is the eighth player to leave the program and the fifth to transfer since the end of the 2020-21 season.
The Hatchet sat down with U Street business owners, residents and entertainers to discuss how high rent prices and the influx of new residents into the neighborhood is pushing out its unique history.
The Hatchet talked with George Glass, a senior who raised more than $3,500 for GW Mutual Aid by eating a sock on Instagram live.
Junior Brandon Hill, the current Student Association president, is running to remain in the position for another year.
Massive road closures and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced people to observe President Joe Biden’s inauguration from afar this year.
Many students have yet to meet them in person, but here’s a glimpse of some of the University’s freshmen class.
In case you’re not in the District, here are some of the sights around campus as Inauguration Day nears.
From demonstrations over racial injustice to celebrations after former Vice President Joe Biden was elected as the next president, here are some of the most memorable shots of the year.
Thousands of President Donald Trump’s supporters poured onto the streets Saturday to rally against the presidential election results.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast host Alec Rich speaks with assistant news editor Zach Schonfeld about feedback gained from the faculty-wide survey on President Leblanc.
On this week’s special episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs hosts The Hatchet’s Best of Northwest awards with the Hatchet’s staff.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with professors Tara Scully and Peter LaPuma about their upcoming courses focused on sustainability.
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