Officials are raising the amount of money on students’ GWorlds again, giving $3,050 to those with an in-unit kitchen and $4,750 to those without.
Some student leaders are reviving advocacy efforts to offer students discounted Metro rides through the University Pass program.
Junior SJ Matthews announced her bid for SA president Tuesday, making her the first to enter the race for the organization’s top spot.
A lawsuit filed in the D.C. Superior Court last week alleges that GW Hospital nurses’ negligence resulted in a newborn’s death in 2016.
In interviews, more than 20 students said they use AirPods while walking around campus, studying in Gelman Library and even during classes.
Hundreds of cast members and extras from “The Handmaid’s Tale” filmed an upcoming episode on the National Mall on Saturday afternoon.
The computer science department will soon expand introductory Python courses to accommodate up to 200 students.
The Board of Trustees approved new bylaws earlier this month officializing student and faculty observational seats.
A professor in the nursing school is leading a study to explore the impacts of state laws on tobacco use in the United States.
The IFC is holding an informal forum every other week where designated members in each chapter will meet to discuss risk management.
GWPD officers responded to a report that a female student defecated on the floor of another student’s residence hall room.
Halfway through fiscal year 2019, fundraising was “slightly ahead” of the amount raised by the same time last year.
Sorority leaders are recruiting women to form the Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Board by the end of the semester.
Many shops add a disclaimer to the menu that the oat milk option is subject to availability, but here are a few spots you can try the trend around D.C.
Jorge Vascano, who studied fine and studio arts for a year in 2012, made several sculptures that appear in the movie “If Beale Street Could Talk.”
Begin your weekend on a sunset tour of the District’s most iconic monuments before heading to The Wharf to compete in winter games.
A biomedical engineering professor, Murray Loew, is using his science background to preserve historical archives.
Program Board announced it will host a “Pre-Fling” in University Yard featuring student performances in addition to the organization’s annual spring concert.
As the topic of D.C. becoming a state rises again, it is important for students and administrators to understand what they can do to help the D.C. community.
What is particularly troubling to see is how many people who participated in racist activities have yet to be held accountable for their actions.
Instead of taking to social media to brag about your stress or endlessly complaining to your classmates, students need to stop the cycle this midterm season.
The Elliott School’s new major offers a chance for students to explore more than one type of study and become well-rounded students.
We are long overdue to show the institutional courage to at least study GW’s nickname and possible alternatives in an official way.
Hosting a gender minorities tournament will empower women and non-binary people to participate in the college debate community.
Men’s squash recorded three wins over higher-ranked opponents to capture the Hoehn Cup and end the season ranked No. 9 in the nation.
Sophomore guard Maceo Jack currently leads the Colonials with 50 made three-point shots in the year and is averaging 10.6 points per contest.
Swimming and diving will compete in the four-day championship meet this week after nearly a month off from competition that started Jan. 19.
Freshman center Kayla Mokwuah led the Colonials with 16 points on 7-for-9 shooting from the field while grabbing six rebounds in her first career start.
The Colonials were down by six points at halftime against Duquesne but 17 turnovers on the game gave way to 25 Duquesne points and the win for the Dukes.
The Washington National Cathedral hosted a “second-chance prom” on Valentine’s Day.
All proceeds support medical research towards curing neurofibromatosis.
The Guangdong Arts Troupe performed at The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage Friday to celebrate the Year of the Pig.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team talks about a student’s push for discounted Metro rides and the University’s new alumni association.
On this week’s episode, our sports editor gives a sneak peek of what to expect for baseball and our contributing culture editor dishes on a new dating app.
On this week’s episode, the news team talks about how GW has changed since a racist Snapchat post circulated campus last year.