Political journalist Chuck Todd discussed the Supreme Court hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the current state of the media at Betts Theatre Monday.
Over the course of the academic year, seven faculty-led working groups will examine GW’s research practices across multiple disciplines.
The Overwatch League, the first esports competition with hometown teams in competitive gaming, added a D.C. team this month for its 2019 season.
The GW Hospital is one of 19 hospitals suing the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for miscalculating compensation for servicing low-income patients.
Despite administrative efforts to improve relationships with alumni, the number of alumni volunteering for GW has dropped by nearly 70 percent since 2012.
The Student Association Senate unanimously approved a bill Monday updating the bylaws establishing the SA’s diversity and inclusion assembly.
Two years afters its debut, officials said they’re adding an additional site in Ireland to accommodate a growing interest in the Global Bachelor’s Program.
The percentage of students sending in their SAT scores has dropped to less than 50 percent since the University went test-optional three years ago.
Leaders of The Store, GW’s food pantry, released a guide earlier this month that offers advice about navigating affordability at the University.
Officials said a new food truck will come to VSTC every Thursday this semester from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. after a successful pilot semester last spring.
The Metropolitan Police Department arrested a male student who sent threatening texts to another student last week.
The development and alumni relations office implemented new online and physical security measures to protect financial donations.
Leaders of Graduate Students United said the group is halting unionization efforts after officials repeatedly refused to recognize them as student workers.
Local fashion designers displayed their Spring 2019 collections during D.C. Fashion Week from Wednesday to Sunday.
A 2,000-pound ice sculpture that spelled out the word “truth” was stationed on the National Mall Saturday and left to melt over the course of about five hours.
The Potomac Paddle Pub opens Monday with a BYOB policy and 10 bike seats that propel the boat from Georgetown to Arlington.
SZA, 2 Chainz and RL Grime performed to a packed crowd Saturday at Trillectro Music Festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md.
In packed aisles of the wax museum, Williams sent looks down the runway inspired by a combination of historical D.C. fashionistas and culture from decades ago.
GW Dining should make an effort to provide nutritional information for its dining partners and offer suggestions to lead students in the right direction.
On a largely liberal campus, students with differing political opinions likely feel ostracized in settings like the classroom as well.
After this year’s seven-spot decline from last year, it’s time for GW to think about what its change in ranking means.
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.
Thomas is the only current swimming and diving head coach to have coached two A-10 programs back-to-back.
Haynes Brown is on pace to being the highest goal-scorer men’s soccer has seen in seven years, with 10 games left in the season.
The Colonials split their first weekend of Atlantic 10 play, beating Saint Louis Friday before falling to Dayton Saturday.
The Colonials tacked on a win Friday to bring their win streak to five. The streak is their longest since 2015.
The Colonials broke their four-game scoring drought, picking up four goals in a 17-minute stretch against the Rams.
Dog owners march through the rain from Union Square to Wunder Garden with their dogs on Sunday.
The Colonial Composting program started as a pilot during the spring semester. The program has collected nearly 500 pounds of food since the start of this academic year.
The Hatchet met with student interns and asked them to weigh in on their thoughts about internship culture at GW.
News reporters update us on a group of graduate students’ push for a union and discuss a new student-made guide for middle to low-income students.
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.