Cissy Petty, the dean of the student experience, has spent a week in both West and Shenkman halls in an effort to learn more about students’ everyday lives.
At least two GW students graduated from a Louisiana school that came under fire late last month for allegedly falsifying students’ college applications.
Students say law school officials have not properly addressed claims that the Student Bar Association president made an insensitive remark about a Jewish group.
A former student and men’s tennis player alleges in a 35-page complaint that his coaches and teammates discriminated against him.
The Hatchet’s holiday guide has tips from the experts for baking holiday treats and a guide to gifts for every person on your list.
Actor Ryan Gosling and three other contributors to a new book about exploitation in the Congo spoke at Betts Theatre Thursday.
Two experts on foreign policy in the Middle East clashed over how the United States should interact with Saudi Arabia in a debate Monday.
Officials announced a pilot program that will grant freshmen access to first-year residential buildings and common rooms next semester.
Members of the Disabled Students Collective will launch training sessions next semester for student organizations that want to increase accessibility.
GW has not launched a search for a new dean of the College of Professional Studies and the Virginia campus nearly a year after the former dean stepped down.
Students who run People for Periods plan to stock bathrooms in Ames Hall with pads and tampons next semester.
The GW Police Department responded to a report of a student throwing water out of a District House window.
The Student Health Advisory Council plans to host town halls focused on GW’s health care operations next semester.
Swizzler, a popular food truck that regularly visits campus, is looking to raise $40,000 to fund a new venture that will sell burgers.
Since the toast and juice bar’s opening this summer, Toastique has been making gourmet toasts, smoothie bowls and juices at 764 Maine Ave. SW.
Power through your last days of class while getting into the holiday spirit at these events around the District.
Brown Beauty Co-Op, a new beauty store in Dupont Circle, lines its shelves with products designed with people of color in mind.
Alumni have gone on to start businesses in various fields, which makes turning to their businesses for holiday gifts easy.
It is well within reason that the University provide the security students are promised to protect what we call home for a majority of the year.
I know how nerve-wracking it can be to come out to family. I know how scary it can be to bring home a new partner. And I know how dangerous it can be.
While racial and ethnic diversity remains a problem at GW, the lack of economic diversity exacerbates this disparity more so than at most institutions.
Shuttling residents to GW Hospital to alleviate the issues with other hospitals is not a permanent fix – but instead a Band-Aid on a worsening wound.
As a student in the United States, I never gave much thought to academic freedom because mine was never in danger of being suppressed.
As long as GW continues sweeping problems under the rug, issues will continue in the athletic department and across the University.
The Colonials have had nearly a week of rest to tune up after two rough outings before they face off against the Bison Friday.
The Colonials graduated their top two performers – Cami Drouin-Allaire and Chelsea Raineri – in the past two seasons.
Head coach Brian Thomas said there are swimmers on this year’s squad who have been consistent, but the team lacks a single standout performer.
Through 10 games last season, the Colonials were averaging 62.9 points per game. This season GW is being held to 49.1 points per match.
Sophomore guard Maceo Jack piled on a career-high 23 points in the game, but GW could not keep up with the Crusaders’ hot shooting.
Americans produce 25 million tons of extra garbage during the holiday season, but there are some simple ways you can reduce waste.
With a bar of chocolate and a cup of milk, you can make yourself some hot chocolate from inside a dorm room.
Follow this recipe to make a batch of cookies with just four ingredients this holiday season.
On this week’s episode, listen to news editors talk about the dean of the student experience’s stay in residence halls.
On this week’s episode, listen to The Hatchet’s news team discuss a new report about food insecurity on campus and more.
Listen to The Hatchet’s sports editor explains allegations that were made against the former athletic director.