Five student editors at The Eagle Eye attended a panel at the Newseum Friday to discuss their experiences as students, journalists and activists.
A $1.3 trillion spending bill that passed the House of Representatives Thursday will fully fund a tuition aid program for D.C. high schoolers.
The fire started in a seventh-floor room, a fire department spokesman said. No one was injured.
The number of female and minority tenured and tenure-track professors has remained stagnant since 2013, despite a University focus to increase diversity.
Stay Amped: A Concert to End Gun Violence will take the stage Friday at The Anthem. The lineup features seven artists.
Student Association candidates talked about their plans for sustainability in a two-hour town hall in the Elliott School of International Affairs Thursday night.
A University spokeswoman said officials will have updates to share about the search for a new Vern Express provider “in the coming weeks.”
Eighteen student groups applied earlier this month to fill 14 affinities in District House next year – more than ever before.
Two professors found that Latino parents are experiencing greater anxiety about deportation and family separation under the Trump administration.
A new course and conference this spring will study the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence and how it sparked the ongoing conflict with Palestinians.
The Jewish Law Students Association said a D.C. Council member’s comments about a Jewish family controlling the weather went against the group’s values of “tolerance and inclusion.”
Kevin Doherty, an alumnus and ex-Marine, was arrested Saturday for allegedly attacking a right-wing lobbyist who hired him last year to investigate the murder of a former DNC staffer.
The law school tied for the No. 24 place nationally, rising six spots from last year’s ranking.
As the snow settles, spend the first weekend of spring kicking off the District’s largest festival of the year.
If you’re looking to step away from the limited pizza delivery options D.C. has to offer, the Sedgewick at All-Purpose Pizzeria will elevate your slice.
Enjoy the last days of spring break with an Irish celebration at the nation’s largest St. Patrick’s Day music festival.
Player’s Club, a new bar and arcade located in the basement of 1400 14th St. NW, opened Monday.
Start your spring break weekend with a musical reminiscent of your childhood, then fast forward a few years by tossing back a Guinness and celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.
For me, it’s clear: we absolutely can be Jewish and feminist and supportive of other minority communities.
With some realistic renovations and relocation of items, Gelman Library can be more efficiently designed to cater to different students’ needs.
All professors should give students the opportunity – at least once during the semester – to choose the subject matter of an assignment.
Moving forward, universities must be aware of their biases when speaking out after certain protests.
Students with disabilities shouldn’t be the ones to accommodate themselves due to their disability.
Students and the University must do better to support all our athletic programs in order to create exposure for our University and a sense of community for students.
Men’s swimming and diving senior Gustav Hokfelt will compete in three races of the NCAA Championship in Minneapolis this week.
The Colonials went from an under-.500 team to a No. 5 seed in the Atlantic 10 tournament to an automatic bid in the NCAA tournament.
The Colonials (9-11) picked up Saturday and Sunday wins over VMI (9-9) despite competing without two of their usual weekend starters.
The No. 14 seed Colonials (19-14) slipped behind early in the game and never caught up to the No. 3 seed Buckeyes in the 87–45 loss Saturday.
The Colonials lost to the Billikens 70–63 after holding them to five first-half baskets and leading by as many as 12 points Thursday night.
Student Association candidates for president and executive vice president gathered in the Marvin Center Tuesday night for the annual Joint Elections Committee Debate.
The wall was built Monday to kick off Students for Justice in Palestine’s Israeli Apartheid Week.
Laughing Hyena Tattoos, a tattoo parlor in Columbia Heights, offered $40 tattoos on International Women’s Day.
Hatchet editors talk about mass shootings, an administrator departure and satire laptop stickers on this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It.”
Listen to editors discuss the SA sustainability fund, veteran health issues and marijuana parties in the District.
Listen to Hatchet editors discuss University research, fundraising strategies and your older classmates.