Officials released several historical materials that display the racist and anti-Semitic policies former University President Cloyd Heck Marvin.
Try out some of these autumn-inspired treats, savory dishes, coffee drinks and Halloween cocktails to celebrate fall.
Officials from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences gave an update on the progress of GW’s COVID-19 trials at a press conference Wednesday.
An outside consulting group hired before the pandemic recommended the move in February, according to documents obtained by The Hatchet.
Asian American studies is critical for a school that prides itself on preparing well-rounded students for the world.
Keep up on the most recent GW and Foggy Bottom news related to COVID-19 here.
The Hatchet is tracking the number of COVID-19 tests and positive cases in the GW neighborhood and across D.C. every week.
Students said despite GW’s resources to navigate law school applications, they still want an adviser who can work with them one-on-one.
Faculty said they have hosted weekly virtual events like guest speakers and cooking lessons but have found it difficult to engage with students.
Students said the testing center has provided them with a “peace of mind” to see friends and carry out their daily activities.
GW tests its on-campus student population more frequently and returns results more quickly than most other D.C. universities, a Hatchet analysis found.
Officials have met the Department of Education’s standards for website accessibility after a federal complaint was filed three years ago.
As more than 120 students have been warned for distancing violations, local residents are concerned the local community faces a greater risk of infection.
From eery romantic films to childhood haunts, here’s a rundown of all the Halloween classics you should watch.
A night of trick-or-treating could give neighborhoods a semblance of normalcy, as long as certain COVID-19 safety measures are maintained.
The dish is a refreshing, chilled meal consisting of rice noodles, pickled carrots and peppers, cilantro, mint and juicy shrimp in a hoisin sauce.
Take a break from the chaos and check out a new farmer’s market, participate in some online yoga or attend a virtual art lecture.
Restaurant owners said they are purchasing items like heat lamps and blankets to continue providing outdoor dining.
Making Election Day a national holiday would allow everyone to celebrate their right to vote in the United States.
Quarantined, hospitalized or bereaved students should be able to focus on recovery – not on completing a paper by the end of the day.
The ASPP Committee and the senate owe a “severe” apology to Swain for wrongly affirming her demonization in the GW media and to LeBlanc for attempting to erroneously censure him.
My interactions with “Karens” while working retail have been quite the circus because it appears that common sense and humanity is nonexistent inside the store.
Students are trying to grab control of a situation that is completely out of our hands, and they have every right to do so.
When you cast your vote this November, think about the LGBTQ families whose lives your vote will directly impact.
The 2015 women’s soccer program went on a historic 13-game winning streak to clinch the Atlantic 10 regular season title for the first time since 1995.
The two coaches said some of their athletes are training off campus, bringing on an added challenge of maintaining communication.
Christian is approaching his second season with the team and his ninth year as a Division I men’s basketball head coach this year.
The game will mark the beginning of the entire 2020-21 college basketball season and will be broadcasted on CBS Sports.
Eight Atlantic 10 schools, including GW, are banding together to host an esports tournament.
Alumni and the Faculty Association president discussed the history of former GW president Cloyd Heck Marvin and the current push to rename the Marvin Center.
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Washington Saturday to protest President Donald Trump and his Supreme Court nomination Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Pre-law students are taking matters into their own hands after the University let its pre-law adviser go over the summer.
Demonstrators lined the streets around the Supreme Court Thursday, the last day of questioning from the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The group Covid Survivors for Change lined up 20,000 empty chairs outside the White House Saturday, representing the lives lost from coronavirus.
Former Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lay in repose Thursday on the steps of the Supreme Court, where she served since 1993.
Crowds began to flood the streets around the court Friday evening to honor the late Supreme Court justice, leaving candles, notes and flowers in her honor.
Hatchet photographers set out across the United States to document several BLM marches and rallies from May until August.
Podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with the revenant of Samuel Chase about the allegedly haunted spots throughout D.C.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast host Alec Rich speaks with guests about student voter turnout.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with Sean Joyce, the founder of Underground Comedy in D.C., about how comedy groups have been adapting to the pandemic.