Seventy-five percent of respondents said they knew of Title IX office services while 50 percent said they are comfortable reporting unwanted sexual behavior.
A local governing body passed a record number of 72 resolutions this year – the most since at least 2014.
Lewis is urging members of Congress to propose legislation that would allow students to accept outside scholarships without losing financial aid.
Independent Alumni Association of GW President Martin Baum said the funding will help the group “leave a legacy” after the group dissolves.
Student leaders in People for Periods will now stock bathrooms in Duques Hall and Eckles Library with free sanitary products.
Four of the six candidates fighting for Ward 2’s D.C. Council seat convened in Gelman Library Thursday evening for their second debate.
Officials are continuing to update the University’s websites to a standardized format six years after its debut.
Student Association leaders are looking to overhaul the SA constitution this spring to address vague or conflicting language in the organization’s rules and responsibilities.
The models show a clear trade-off between diversity, revenue and the academic profile of incoming classes, documents obtained by The Hatchet reveal.
Members of Take Back the Tap protested the removal of sustainability from the new strategic plan at an event Tuesday.
Faculty in the physics department said they hope the lab will push GW community members from a range of fields to collaborate on research projects.
Four student EMTs take inventory of the ambulance’s supplies, like bandages and medications, at the start of each shift.
Officials in the Elliott School of International Affairs want to establish a school-wide diversity summit and a diverse perspectives seminar series.
Ube is vibrant purple-colored yam originally from the Philippines that tints any dish a purple color.
Get in the holiday spirit this weekend with some winter-themed activities, exhibits and movies around the District.
The temperature is dropping, but here are a few smooth sounds to add to your playlist that will warm up your insides as you are shuddering on the outside.
Enchant is a park lit up with more than 3.5 million lights and includes a holiday market, an ice skating rink and a 100-foot-tall Christmas tree.
Thanksgiving is all about sharing delicious food. Most of the holiday is celebrated with family, but many people view their friends as their “chosen family.”
If students receive lower credit for an A-, then they also need to be allowed to receive higher credit for an A+.
Cancel culture walks a fine line between activism and character assassination, and it is often easier to cancel first and ask questions later.
RAs should be able to use their judgement before reprimanding students for underage drinking – not every Thurston Hall party is worth involving officials.
Students should not be expected to pay for services they are no longer using. We should be paying for a GW education, not just a GW degree.
The reality of the fire alarms is that something as simple as burnt popcorn can lead to a building-wide evacuation.
GW prides itself on its internship culture, but officials expect too much extra work from students who are already working several hours on the job per week.
Head coach Jennifer Rizzotti said players headed into the contest focused on “intensive rebounding” and containing Delaware’s key offensive players.
Four Colonials finished the game scoring double-digits, including a team-high 17 points from freshman guard Jameer Nelson Jr.
Davis led the Varsity 8 boat to a program-best No. 13 finish at the 2018-19 Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships.
Freshman forward Jamison Battle and redshirt senior guard Armel Potter combined for 40 of the Colonials’ 65 points during a game against South Carolina.
Junior guard Justin Mazzulla is no longer with the men’s basketball program, head coach Jamion Christian said Saturday.
Women’s basketball head coach Jennifer Rizzotti and men’s basketball coach Jamion Christian discuss ways the athletic department has kept fans engaged in games so far this year.
Attendees from around the country shopped from more than 150 vendors at an annual holiday market.
The light maze and market will stay open until Dec. 29.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” culture editor Sidney Lee gives some guidance for the holiday season ahead.
This week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It” takes a deep dive into the administration’s structure for fundraising and alumni relations.
“Getting to the Bottom of It” talks with one senior news editor about what you may have missed at last week’s Faculty Senate meeting.
I partially found where I “fit in” at GW through my reporting and copy editing for The Hatchet, but mostly, I found it through the people I’ve met while doing this work.
In this creative chaos, I’ve refined my graphic design abilities, gained confidence in myself and made some quality friends along the way.
Thank you to everyone who has offered me guidance, made me laugh, lent a helping hand or pushed me to do better. You have all helped me blossom at The Hatchet.
When I became editor in chief, I was given a microphone to tell important stories and make change, but that microphone has been heavy.
I have met and worked with so many passionate and talented people at the paper. And I have learned something from nearly all of you.