The SA Senate will debate a referendum Monday that would ask students whether the University should change the Colonials nickname.
A team of GW professors and students won $25,000 in startup research funds to develop an app tracking D.C. traffic patterns.
An average of 720 people have tuned into Facebook livestreams of Student Association Senate meetings since last February.
GW’s largest medical entity is providing its patients with a mobile app, Babyscripts, to improve maternal health care.
Head coach Terry Weir said the Colonials have a chance to cause upsets on the track at the A-10 Championship meet this season.
The University will sponsor a technology conference this April in the hopes that the event will make GW more visible in the science field.
More than 60 students have signed a petition calling on the University to allocate studio rooms for students to practice speaking foreign languages.
The Office for Ethics, Compliance and Data Security will host new lunch sessions where students, faculty and staff can learn about data privacy.
Officials gave initial approval last week to reclassify the cognitive neuroscience major as a bachelor of science.
A Cuban Embassy official and an activist spoke about U.S.-Cuba relations at an event in the Marvin Center Saturday.
The University will open at 9:30 a.m. Thursday after snow blanketed the District Wednesday and canceled classes.
Officials are pausing plans to build a new residence hall on 20th and H streets in favor of expediting Thurston Hall renovations.
The University will be closed Wednesday ahead of inclement weather predicted in the D.C. region, according to a campus advisory issued at 3:09 p.m.
Just a short walk from campus, Oki Bowl is the ideal spot to warm up on chilly winter days with a bowl of its Oki curry ramen.
Start the weekend off by dancing away the stress of midterms to some seriously indie throwback tunes and continue the fun with a school-spirited fight night.
Professors often have a hand in politics because of GW’s location in the District. But one is penning a fictitious tale based on the political past.
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.”
With most employers and scholarships requiring transcripts, the small task of sending grades should be the least of students’ concerns.
No student should have to worry about their financial security because the GWorld system is vulnerable.
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.
Massachusetts entered the game as the best three-point shooting team in the Atlantic 10, but was held to 8.7 percent shooting from deep by the Colonials.
The Colonials ended the night shooting 55.1 percent from the field while forcing the Minutemen to give up the ball 13 times in the game.
The Colonials, who are 0-3 on the year, had strong showings on the mound but have room to grow at the plate and on defense.
Massachusetts’ defense has been one of the most lenient in the A-10 this year, allowing opponents to shoot at a 43.5 percent clip.
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.
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.