Officials announced the creation of two offices Wednesday as part of the new Office of Enrollment and the Student Experience.
The Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Wednesday approved plans for a deck on the H Street side of Gelman Library.
A former GW Hospital employee is suing for wrongful termination on the basis of race, gender and religious discrimination.
Attend the opening night of an innovative video artwork exhibition, then check out comedy greats at the District of Comedy Festival.
Officials earlier this month debuted a series of webinars and a virtual job fair for federal work study recipients.
The new system allows users to create, edit and cancel their own reservations for classroom space in the medical and public health schools.
Alumni Association President Venessa Marie Perry has been removed from her post amid internal turmoil about the group’s impending merger with the University.
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education approved the University for reaccreditation late last month, following a two-year accreditation process.
The D.C. Water and Sewer Authority warned some District residents Friday to boil their tap water before cooking or drinking “until further notice.”
The Department of Education found that several of GW’s websites lacked accommodations for individuals with disabilities.
Luther Brady, a triple alumnus and trustee emeritus, died Friday at the age of 92 and will be remembered for his contributions toward medicine and the arts.
The study found that families usually shared more information with a physician when they were treated with empathy and allowed more time to respond.
The D.C. Council introduced several measures Tuesday, including legislation that would ban plastic straws at all District restaurants.
From home run contests and player meetups to bar specials for bandwagon fans, here’s a roundup of the fanfare during the All-Star Game weekend.
The meatball’s small portion won’t fill you up on its own, so you won’t feel guilty orders seconds or thirds.
Celebrate French culture in honor of Bastille Day before switching gears to listen to the United States’ best-selling female country singer.
Extend your Fourth of July party into the weekend with a rap show followed by experimental theater performances.
Some will want to quench the heat with libations all day, while others may want to take a more traditional route with parades and fireworks.
The current news cycle effortlessly becomes the main topic of all conversations. But adults aren’t the only one’s talking politics – children are, too.
This week, District lawmakers introduced legislation that would prevent the extortion of employees and tenants on the basis of their immigration status.
By continuing to only celebrate women of color who are the first or the youngest, their accomplishments are not seen on the same playing field as others.
Seattle’s ban on plastic drinking straws went into effect last weekend, but this week the trend continued closer to home.
Raising taxes makes the service less affordable and students will no longer be able to rely on Uber and Lyft for cheap and reliable rides.
This week, the Trump administration made a move that will hurt some students by revoking federal support for affirmative action.
Former men’s basketball guard Yuta Watanabe signed a two-year NBA deal with the Memphis Grizzlies.
Women’s basketball head coach Jennifer Rizzotti will be on the sidelines as an assistant coach for the women’s national team.
The Colonials will play four exhibition games against European club teams during a 10-day trip to Spain in August.
After nine seasons leading GW’s program, Carcich will serve as head coach of women’s rowing at Cornell.
Thomas is coming off a two-year stint as head coach for the women’s swimming and diving program at St. Bonaventure, another Atlantic 10 program.
Thousands of demonstrators rallied in the sweltering heat to protest the Trump Administration’s immigration policies in Lafayette Square Saturday.
Here’s a guide on how to navigate all of the public transportation options available to help you explore the District during your first year at GW.
The Class of 2018 gathered on the National Mall for the annual University-wide Commencement ceremony Sunday.
Listen to Hatchet staff members give their advice for incoming freshmen and run down some of the most important news from the past year.
Listen to The Hatchet’s news team talk about this year’s commencement ceremony and graduates’ plans after graduation.
News editors update us on the University’s proposed updates to Title IX policies and students’ concerns about undergraduate research for social sciences.