Joseph, who led men’s basketball since he was named head coach in March 2017, had a five-year deal with the program.
The Office for Civil Rights opened two investigations into GW for possible disability discrimination last month.
Female professors, on average, made at least 90 cents for every dollar male faculty made during the 2018-19 academic year.
The University has consistently paid its faculty more than 80 percent of other colleges and universities nationwide.
Men’s basketball put up a fight against George Mason in a close game that saw eight lead changes and seven ties.
University President Thomas LeBlanc condemned Islamophobia and offered support to those affected by two terrorist attacks at New Zealand mosques.
A panel of politicians and political scientists spoke Wednesday about the importance of youth political engagement.
The Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission passed a resolution aiming to combat a local traffic issue Tuesday night.
Michael Feuer, the dean of GSEHD, said at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that the school is continuing to bolster its research and fundraising efforts.
In the years since GW implemented a test-optional policy, the number of undergraduate applications has begun to stabilize around 27,000.
A team of public health school researchers found that community health centers must receive more resources to help end the HIV epidemic by 2029.
Sophomores received a survey last week asking them to answer seven questions about their well-being, academics and campus involvement.
The public health school has seen a nearly 150 percent increase in tenured and tenure-track faculty over the past decade.
If you are in the District this weekend, take the last days of spring break to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
If you’re staying in the District for spring break, you can transport yourself to warmer weather at events around D.C. this weekend.
With owners from Havana, a bright interior and a menu that is completely in Spanish, Mi Cuba Cafe is the closest you’ll get to authentic Cuban food in D.C.
An LGBTQ nightclub that was a hub for more than two decades announced this week that it has permanently closed its doors.
An exhibit that highlights missing and murdered indigenous women opened at the National Museum of the American Indian Friday.
When professors require students to attend events outside of class, they must make sure these external events are financially accessible for all students.
The University Pass program is good for all students, and the University should join students in advocating and negotiating for the opt-in pass.
Students have panned Thurston Hall as an inadequate and frankly dilapidated first-year residence hall, but renovations will help build community among students.
Although a GWorld increase may seem like a further investment in student life, it only creates a larger burden for students to carry.
Snow days and other cancellations are detrimental to both students and professors.
Professors should lecture capture to enhance learning and increase the number of resources at students’ disposal.
GW turned in its second-worst shooting night of the year, shooting 31.3 percent from the field on a 20-for-64 clip against the Minutemen.
In a tournament where one loss means the team’s season abruptly comes to a close, there will be no easy contests for the Colonials.
Junior utility player Jenna Cone tallied her 37th career home run, a new program record, to help the Colonials go 5–0 in the tournament.
The Colonials hit .315 across all three outings over the weekend and recorded just five K’s against them in the final game.
Junior guard Justin Williams had a career-best performance against the Patriots, but it wasn’t enough to pull ahead of George Mason in the team’s final regular season game.
Student Association candidates woke up early to hang their campaign posters around campus at the Marvin Center, University Yard and other buildings.
The lounge will be open through June and will house kittens that are available for adoption.
D.C. locals and tourists celebrated Mardi Gras early with a parade, vibrant costumes and New Orleans-style drinks at The Wharf Saturday.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team updates us on the status of the Colonial Health Center’s leadership and the first review of GW’s president.
Listen to our culture editor as she looks back at important moments on a timeline of black history at the University.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team talks about a student’s push for discounted Metro rides and the University’s new alumni association.