This summer, two officials left the student affairs office, trustees elected a new leader and administrators created two positions to govern finances and HR.
Read The Hatchet’s orientation guide for a glimpse into campus life for first-year students.
The University was fined about $1,000 by the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs for sewage problems in the psychology department building.
Barbara Lee Bass, a former faculty member and surgical resident, will become the first female leader of the medical school.
A former professor and research director in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences will return to GW after being removed as Planned Parenthood president.
A two-car accident occurred at 24th and H streets Thursday morning, according to a man involved in the incident.
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Officials in the medical school will launch a leadership-focused doctoral health sciences program beginning in fall 2020.
Incoming students will participate in a first-of-its-kind orientation focused on building connections between transfer and first-year students this week.
Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans threatened WMATA officials with termination to suppress an ethics probe into his business dealings.
A person stole more than $2,000 in deposits from the Chick-Fil-A in District House Monday, according to a police report.
Amsterdam Hall residents were evacuated Tuesday night after a microwave caught fire on the ninth floor, D.C. Fire and Emergency Services officials said.
Incoming students next fall will no longer pay a fixed tuition rate during their tenure at the University, according to a release Monday.
Take this quiz to ascertain what kind of student organization you might enjoy and what your choices are here at GW.
Before your freshman year ends, take advantage of events and programs designed to help you explore D.C. and grow academically in your first year on campus.
You shouldn’t rely on Uber or Lyft to get around the city. Here are some of the most efficient transportation options to get around D.C.
To avoid the communal kitchen while sticking to a budget, here are some tried-and-true tips for cooking in the comfort of your own residence hall room.
Here’s how to navigate a few hotspots where you will probably be spending the bulk of your freshman year.
You will have your entire life to date many people or find your soulmate, but freshman year, you should focus on yourself.
Finding community as a queer person is emotionally and mentally taxing. Even in an inclusive city, the perfect community does not just come together.
By filling administrative vacancies with former colleagues of LeBlanc, the University is creating a culture of nepotism and possibly passing on more qualified candidates.
Officials granted student employees paid sick time, but GW was once again left off a list of the most politically active universities in the country.
The GW Hospital was named one of the top D.C.-area hospitals, but the District was ranked one of the most expensive cities in the world.
The ANC is speeding up the GW Hospital’s helipad construction, while one alum’s discrimination complaint calls for better treatment of non-tenured faculty.
The Hatchet has compiled a list of who to watch, what to expect and where to find the Colonials this fall.
Take a look at some first-year players to look out for this season as they make their college debuts in sports like volleyball and men’s basketball.
Yeakel and Hicklen are Ulehla’s first additions to the lacrosse program since her hiring in June.
The Colonials will take on four teams coming off postseason appearances and hold the historical edge in half of its nonconference matchups.
Former gymnast and 2017-graduate Alex DeMoura drowned Monday while swimming in Mexico. She was 24.
Thousands gathered for the annual Capital Pride Parade Saturday to celebrate LGBTQ identities.
Graduating editors took some time to reflect on their experiences at The Hatchet.
Dozens of embassies opened their doors to the public Saturday to hold tours and showcase performances.
Culture editor Sidney Lee walks freshmen through everything they need to before their first day. Also, check out our breakdown of New Student Orientation.
On this week’s episode, assistant news editor Lia DeGroot recounts the Class of 2019’s graduation ceremony on the National Mall.
Assistant news editor Jared Gans spoke with more than 15 faculty and staff who have complained about conditions in the psychology department building.