Citing insufficient funds, CCAS officials said they plan to phase out the Jackie Robinson Project after celebrating Robinson’s 100th birthday in January.
About three-quarters of students at the Graduate School of Education and Human Development are female – a more than decadelong trend.
After a semester-long pilot program this spring, a student-led composting program now has a permanent home in the sustainability office.
Faculty and staff donated more than $170,000 to political candidates, PACs and political organizations during the 2018 midterm election cycle.
The University is hiring a new director to bolster GW’s connections with children, siblings and grandchildren of alumni.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health is launching a new podcast this semester titled “Healthy You” to explore common public health issues.
The nursing school is working to place a greater emphasis on research projects – an area of the profession that experts said has long been neglected.
Students living on the Vern said a new bike-share station on MacArthur Boulevard will help them explore the city.
The University is now one of 57 universities to offer a scholarship that will cover more than 50 percent of tuition for two international students next fall.
Researchers and physicians in the Cancer Center are working to specialize in D.C.-specific health issues, like LGBTQ health.
University President Thomas LeBlanc said he is concerned about the increasing number of students vying for an internship as soon as they set foot on campus.
The House of Representatives gave the final OK to a $147-billion “minibus” bill last week, which includes a provision for congressional intern pay.
Students stood outside the U.S. Department of the Interior Wednesday to protest Secretary Ryan Zinke’s environmental policies.
Listen to noteworthy actresses as they discuss a brand new book, and cap off your weekend gorging on Georgetown’s best selection of food.
Trillectro Festival will feature headliners like SZA and 2 Chainz alongside small-scale musicians from the D.C. area this weekend.
At “How She Got There: An Evening with D.C. Entrepreneurs,” three local business owners talked about how they rose to their current stature.
Truscott is a playwright, scholar, educator and the William Wilson Corcoran Visiting Professor of Community Engagement for this year.
Still in its filming stages, the movie delves into the lives of Chinese students at schools that provide education and intense baseball training.
Separate classes for native and beginner speakers would create more level classrooms and allow professors to better help their students.
Hard liquor doesn’t need to be present inside the house in order for parties to be fun and enjoyable.
Sociology is a much broader field than criminal justice, yet GW treats these fields as if they are the same by housing them in the same department.
It is off-putting when students are met with donation requests before they’ve even paid the University for their last year of tuition.
LeBlanc’s message was misguided because social media is not the problem, but posts signal larger problems on campus that need to be addressed.
If professors eliminate their bias by using blind reviewing with research, then they should be fine with it when it comes to grading their students.
The Colonials broke their four-game scoring drought, picking up four goals in a 17-minute stretch against the Rams.
The Colonials held a 3-8 record through their first 11 games last season, but now head into A-10 play with a winning record.
Nearly every player who has seen minutes in the pool has tallied a goal for the Colonials during nonconference play.
Sophomore midfielder Oscar Haynes Brown netted his eighth goal of the season to rank him in the top-five nationally in goal scoring.
Sullivan resigned after the 2016-17 season after helping the Colonials to their third-consecutive A-10 regular-season championship.
The Hatchet met with student interns and asked them to weigh in on their thoughts about internship culture at GW.
The Loop installation is open at CityCenter DC through Sept. 16. The devices incorporate light, music and screens that display fairytale cartoons.
The first exhibition featured photos of students and faculty along with stories that the subjects shared with photographers.
Listen to news editors talk about renovations on VSTC, the School of Business’ budget deficit and the recent increase in students with disabilities.
Listen to The Hatchet’s news team discuss the partisan makeup of the Student Association and how GW’s alumni donations compare to other universities.
Hear news editors talk about the new academic commons, updates on 18th credit fees and the Cancer Center’s search for a grant.