In a new report, a student researcher found that the cost of the University’s student health insurance plan is significantly higher than peer universities.
A top official said officials would not recognize a union because graduate students work as part of an educational, not a professional, relationship with GW.
The Society of Professional Journalists named The Hatchet a finalist in seven categories. The winners will be announced at its annual collegiate journalism competition next month.
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.
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences Dean Ben Vinson will step down after serving five years in his role as dean of GW’s largest school.
The D.C. Board of Elections certified James Harnett as a member of the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission Wednesday.
Leaders of the group, which was registered with the Center for Student Engagement this semester, said they want to draw attention to rare diseases on campus.
A professor in the medical school received $10 million from the National Institutes of Health to develop an information database on genetics.
Students can now relive their childhood by zooming through D.C. on electric scooters, thanks to a new public scooter program.
While electronic cigarettes are often considered a healthier alternative to smoking tobacco, one group of researchers found this smoking option can have an alarming impact on heart health.
James Comey, the former head of the FBI, will discuss his upcoming memoir and his role in investigating Hillary Clinton and President Donald Trump in a conversation next month.
Experts said a prolonged period without a permeant leader in human resources could stall projects, but waiting to find a strong candidate for the position could ensure long-term success.
The Hatchet identified five occasions when accounts linked to Russia’s interference effort retweeted stories about incidents at GW or commentary from faculty.
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.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts is presenting “Women House,” an exhibit aimed at challenging a woman’s place in society.
For the first time, the Kennedy Center will be putting on Direct Current, a festival that combines activism, electronica, video games and more.
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.
The University did not make a fitting choice for the commencement speaker, and failed to reach the bar that they have set and met in the past.
Eric Teller’s claims against the RSC proposes the question of whether the University is therefore obliged to bar programs with controversial donors.
Liberals on GW’s campus demand conservatives change their mind on issues, yet they refuse to engage in any sort of dialogue. It’s time they change their behavior.
The Colonials (9-11) picked up Saturday and Sunday wins over VMI (9-9) despite competing without two of their usual weekend starters.
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.
After six years at GW, women’s soccer head coach Sarah Barnes announced her resignation last week.
The Colonials trailed by as many as 12 points in the first half but gutted out the 78–72 victory against the Rams Wednesday night.
Baseball (6-6) defeated the Retrievers 5–3 in a midweek game behind a strong starting performance from sophomore pitcher Jaret Edwards.
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.
Men’s basketball earned a trip to the second round of the Atlantic 10 Championship for the fifth consecutive year in a row after beating Fordham 78–72 at the Capital One Arena Wednesday night.
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.