Lindo Jr. dictated the terms of the game, knocking down six of eight shot attempts, grabbing six boards and locking down South Carolina’s GG Jackson.
The decision to hold the World Cup in Qatar has ignited a decade of criticism and sullied a usually a “magical” tournament for many students.
Ticketmaster’s unchecked power has slowly but surely dismantled and corrupted the live music industry as we know it.
Palestine Legal said officials launched an investigation into SJP following the October protest denouncing a former IDF intelligence officer speaker.
Of the 11 advisers working in CCAS’ pod system in May 2018, only two still work at GW, according to a Hatchet analysis of the office’s website.
The data will compile pedestrians’ transit experiences along Foggy Bottom corridors with heavy vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
SRR conducted hearing Friday on disciplinary misconduct charges against SJP for allegedly damaging benches at the GW Hillel building in October.
The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program recognized GW as a top producer of international Gilman Scholars in a release last month.
The SBA Senate unanimously approved a bill internally clarifying and simplifying the rules regulating the process of submitting legislation to the senate.
Metro officials announced the Silver, Orange and Blue lines will run every 24 minutes from Dec. 3 to Dec. 4, up from the normal service of every 15 minutes.
The SA Senate unanimously passed an act Monday that aims to improve accountability, efficiency and transparency for University offices and departments.
Student Association Sen. Ian Ching, ESIA-U, resigned from the SA Monday night after alleged bias and misconduct in the SA Senate’s finance committee.
I’ve demanded so much from this institution not only because of the countless hours I’ve put into it, but also because I know it can be better.
As the Hatchet will enter its 120th volume next year, I am confident that it will continue telling critical student stories for years to come.
GW’s recruiting budget faced a $63,861 decrease from the 2018-19 to 2019-20 fiscal year and a $281,327 decrease from the 2019-20 and 2020-21 fiscal year.
The program, created in 1996, leads events that focus on Jackie Robinson’s impact on baseball and the civil rights movement.
Ultimately, GW was able to secure critical rebounds and hold onto the ball long enough to hang on to their lead and escape with a 69-64 win.
Women’s basketball won their third game of the season Friday, topping American in a 67-62 nail-biter.
The data covers students who entered college between the 2012-13 and 2015-16 academic years, according to a GW Athletics release.
Senior Alex Stengel has grown GWU Esports in excess of 800 students, now pushing for more inclusion in the competitive world of gaming.
The Hatchet took a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to set up and prepare for GW basketball games at the Smith Center.
Adams Morgan PorchFest brought 70 local bands to play music on stoops, balconies and porches to help unite locals and small businesses in the area.
Students can and should choose to continue to create community and advance positivity rather than tear it down with a tap of a screen.
Schlepping back and forth to Sharon Springs every few months is my civic duty. What would happen if I didn’t fulfill it?
If GW’s finances are still suffering, then so are students. Resources that students actually want to use are withering under a period of austerity.
In the wake of the shooting of five students at UVA last Sunday, it’s okay to feel afraid, angry or just numb – we certainly do.
Students only have four years at GW, and I’m dreading wasting my time with another semester of required classes next spring.
It is easy to get wrapped in the change we want to see back in our home state or across the country while ignoring the need for change in our own backyard.
The Cathedral embraces the holiday spirit through a number of orchestral Christmas-themed concerts, services and festive decorations.
If you’re staying on campus through winter break and searching for events to keep yourself occupied in the holiday spirit, we’ve got you covered.
Abunai poses a unique conglomeration of authentic ingredients, unlike Americanized poke restaurants that often mimic one another like a chain of dominoes.
Instead of stowing yourself away in your dorm for the next month, try one of these five secluded study spots spread out across the District and its suburbs.
The series serves as an extended metaphor for grief and loss, made even more devastating by the ending of Season 3.
The eyes of soccer fans locked onto the TV monitors at Duke’s Grocery Saturday, watching the U.S. World Cup run end with a 3-1 loss to the Netherlands.
A group gathers around an ice cream truck by the Lincoln Memorial Saturday as a streak of hoverboard riders speed by.
The expressions of President Joe Biden shifts from jovial to contemplative while reflecting on the midterm elections in the White House Wednesday.
Protesters gathered in the District against the Iranian regime led by Ayatollah Khamenei, and to commemorate people killed by Iranian police.
GW Folklorico and MXGWU partnered to hold a celebration for Día De Los Muertos, or Day of The Dead, in Kogan Plaza on Saturday.
Contributing Social Media Director Ethan Valliath speaks with the chair of the museum’s space history department about its recent reopening.
The Hatchet spoke with vendors at the Georgetown Flea Market about their inventory and the atmosphere at the weekly market.
On this week’s episode of Getting to the Bottom of It, Host Eddie Herzig and reporter Maximus Vogt talked with Sports Editor Nuria Diaz to discuss how the men’s and women’s teams are readying for their respective seasons, led by head coaches with fresh gameplans for the squads. This podcast was hosted and produced by […]