Between 50 and 60 law students are currently unable to complete their externship program because of the government shutdown.
The Panhellenic Association scrapped a policy Saturday that prohibited potential new members from using elevators in the Marvin Center during recruitment.
The GW College Democrats and Feminist Student Union condemned leaders of the Women’s March for allegations of anti-Semitism.
The dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences will step down after serving in the role for eight years.
There were 36 total traffic deaths in D.C. last year, up from 26 three years before, Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman Alaina Gertz said .
For the third year, protesters and speakers gathered – this time to celebrate the unprecedented diversity of candidates elected in the fall during the midterm elections and to criticize the president.
The I Street entrance of District House was temporarily closed for an “emergency repair” Friday morning, officials said.
Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro spoke at Betts Theatre Thursday about the economy, discrimination and political parties.
Posters were found on campus Thursday threatening GW’s chapter of Young America’s Foundation for bringing a right-wing speaker to campus.
A local governing group debated bike lanes and traffic safety at its first meeting of the year Wednesday.
Researchers say the government shutdown has delayed the processing and approval of grants for pending projects.
The Panhellenic Association will offer students resources like coloring books, snacks and stress balls during recruitment this weekend.
Some students who planned to work at a government agency are heading into the spring semester with schedules in flux as a partial shutdown continues.
This weekend, you can dine out with a discount and check out images of dissent before finishing off your weekend with a twist on a classic fairytale.
As the winter months drag on, bars and restaurants around D.C. have a cure for the cold that infuses hot chocolate with liquor.
Rumi Robinson is the creator of the YouTube channel “imuRgency” and publishes videos every Sunday about what it’s like to be a student on campus.
There is no telling when the government may reopen, so here are some alternatives until affected D.C. landmarks are up and running again:
Students interested in stand-up comedy will now have a group on campus to practice and perform with.
GW’s new orientation eliminates a financial burden on families and encourages camaraderie in the new freshman class.
Students want affordable and comfortable housing, but that’s not always an option at GW. And it’s past time that administrators listen to students’ needs.
Encouraging an open dialogue about studying abroad communicates to students that it’s OK to feel lonely or stressed during a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
With such an intense academic culture at GW, it is important for the University to provide students with the opportunity to relax.
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers, including students, are affected by the government shutdown and it will only worsen as the shutdown continues.
The University has stalled finding a new leader for the Virginia Science and Technology Campus and the College of Professional Studies.
The Colonials were down by 18 points in the first half but rallied to take a lead against Duquesne with a minute to go in regulation. The Dukes tied the game and took the win in extra time.
The Dukes are the third-highest scoring offense in the Atlantic 10 and lead the conference averaging 8.7 steals per contest.
The Patriots erased a seven-point halftime deficit in the third quarter in which they outscored the Colonials 18–6 and never looked back.
The Colonials head into Saturday’s matchup riding a three-game win streak, their longest of the season.
Four members of the men’s indoor track and field team are competing for the first time in nearly seven months.
The Dukes outscored the Colonials and closed out the game at the Smith Center with a final score of 91–85.
After allegations of anti-Semitism among Women’s March organizers and criticisms about the march’s intersectionality, some students decided to sit out this year’s march.
There were 36 total traffic deaths in D.C. last year and the number has increased every year since 2015.
On this week’s episode, listen to news editors explain changes to the programming, date and name of Colonial Inauguration.
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.