GW Hospital was not among the top 10 best D.C.-area hospitals on U.S. News & World Report’s 2018-19 rankings.
The District Department of Transportation announced on Twitter Monday that Capital Bikeshare will add electric bicycles to its fleet.
Metro is encouraging Orange, Silver and Blue line riders to find alternate transportation for the next two weeks during construction work.
The Colonials will play just three teams from last season’s nonconference slate, when they went 7–6 before heading into Atlantic 10 play.
GW will contribute more than $75 million over 10 years to the construction of a new hospital in Southeast D.C.
Members of the D.C. Council and Metro’s largest union are criticizing the Metro for providing white nationalist protesters a private train Sunday.
About 25 supporters exited the Foggy Bottom Metro Station and were immediately engulfed by hundreds of counterprotesters.
Thousands of counterprotesters gathered outside of the White House Sunday afternoon to oppose the second “Unite the Right” rally.
LeBlanc urged students to condemn racial and religious intolerance ahead of a white nationalist rally in D.C. this weekend.
Two students launched an online fundraiser to raise money for an anti-hate group ahead of a white nationalist rally in D.C. Sunday.
MPD officers arrested a man Thursday that they believe committed four sexual assaults in Northwest D.C.
Eleven student groups called on officials to “take the necessary steps” to keep white nationalist protesters off campus.
MPD officers are investigating whether a string of sexual assaults in Foggy Bottom and Dupont Circle this summer may be connected.
Take advantage of outdoor spaces around the District this weekend with a free movie screening, expansive food festival and outdoor stadium concert.
Just as the name implies, The Meatball Shop exclusively serves meatballs, which can be topped with a variety of sauces.
Next time you go to reach for a box of mac and cheese, put it back on the shelf and head to Duke’s Grocery.
This weekend, catch a musical on a limited run in the District before shaking off your woes with the “Waka Waka” singer, Shakira.
Cookie dough is typically eaten in sneaky spoonfuls before it is baked. But at a new Georgetown storefront, scoops of dough are the main event.
The president’s rhetoric goes further than attacking national media outlets – it disrupts journalism on all levels.
Schools around the country, including public schools in D.C., are considering metal detector use following the shooting in Parkland, Fla.
The response of students, residents and District officials toward the second “Unite the Right” rally shows the best of D.C.
We have to stop buying merchandise that distracts from current events and neutralizes harmful messages.
As the start of the academic year draws closer, education has dominated news headlines.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam condemned an approved plan to arm teachers and staff in a rural school district this week.
The Mystics clinched a spot in the playoffs in a 103–98 victory against the Phoenix Mercury Tuesday.
In his year as a Colonial, Zeigler shot a team-leading 62.6 percent from the field and collected 28 dunks to lead the squad.
Valen Fey represented the United States at the World University Rowing Championships over the weekend.
Shane Winkler holds the program wins record at Charleston Southern with 261 and led the team to their first NCAA playoffs in 2014.
The former assistant swimming coach at St. Bonaventure will move to GW and serve in the same role.
Members of the LGBTQ community danced from Dupont Circle toward Lafayette Square in protest of Sunday’s “Unite the Right” rally.
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.
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.