Fears of COVID-19 transmission, speculation that GW would send home the student population and surging cases led students to delay their return to campus.
Women’s tennis is set to start the spring season after a two-month break following their fall schedule.
The D.C. chess scene is alive and well, expanding in size and diversity, with a primary hub right outside of the Foggy Bottom Metro station.
Interim University President Mark Wrighton’s first two weeks have consisted of meetings with administrators, trustees, faculty and D.C. government officials.
The University’s shared governance task force will hold four town halls this week to hear faculty input and help establish a definition of shared governance.
Phi Gamma Delta will join IFC this spring with the goal of recruiting founding members to launch their newest chapter at GW.
The SA Senate passed 23 pieces of legislation this past fall, a slight downtick from the 26 passed during the virtual fall 2020 semester.
Elizabeth Thom, a research professor and the former head of the Biostatistics Center, saved the lives of “countless” mothers and newborns through her research.
D.C.’s ward lines shifted for the first time in 10 years earlier this month, and Ward 2 gained territory in the Shaw neighborhood.
Global Economy and International Disputes will teach students this spring about law’s impact on the international economy and business disputes.
In two separate incidents, GW contractors reported their work vehicles were damaged in a hit-and-run and broken into during a theft.
The Medical Faculty Associates and the School of Medicine and Health Sciences launched the office last month to consolidate resources for clinical research.
Local restaurants remain hopeful that Restaurant Week will help boost sales amid pandemic-induced stressors on the restaurant industry.
We’ve compiled the University’s guidance on what to do if you’ve tested positive for COVID-19.
With late weekend hours and friendly staff, Barcelona makes for the ideal lively dinner spot to have a good time with friends.
Kick off the weekend back in the District with a lineup of activities to get back in the swing of the spring semester.
To set you up for success in reaching your New Year’s resolutions, we’ve compiled some ideas that address some of the pitfalls you may have faced before.
Critical race theory may seem complicated or abstract, but even those not attuned to the theory already use core tenets of it to inform everyday life.
Approximately 17 percent of enrolled students were white men, yet they have been represented in the GW presidency 100 percent of the time.
The editorial board is generally loath to offer praise to the University and administrators, but in this case GW deserves it.
GW should consider working with Mayor Muriel Bowser’s office to bolster testing efforts in the District.
Asking voters to rank their preferred candidates would improve representation and force major-party candidates to answer to more constituencies.
Every college student at GW and beyond deserves an equal opportunity to an affordable education – Biden should cancel federal student debt.
The Colonials were undermanned throughout the night, enduring the absence of several starters due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
The team, which will begin play next month, will be looking to improve upon a 6-6 record in a pandemic-induced abbreviated last season
Despite an early 5-2 lead in the opening minutes, GW quickly fell behind and remained so for the rest of the night.
The NCAA updated its COVID-19 guidelines for winter sports, the association announced in a release Friday.
The Colonials will open the 2022 season at the Smith Center with the annual Linsey Ferris Invitational Jan. 16 at 1 p.m.
The concept of the Clothesline Project was adapted to GW by including both statements pertaining to sexual violence and other types of harm.
Videographers Erika Filter and Maximus Kanda travel to the Downtown Holiday Market and the Park View Market, which are open through the end of December.
Olivia Issa, the president of the No Lost Generation, speaks about making campus more inclusive in the next installment of The Hatchet’s Spotlight Series.
Eligible students can now pick up their U-Pass cards, which will be active throughout the semester, at the University Student Center for the next two weeks.
Here are some of the most memorable moments for the University and District from this year.
Sit on the right side of the plane taking off from DCA as you travel this holiday season, and you may see the breathtaking views of the monuments and D.C. from the air.
Downtown Holiday Market, an outdoor shopping celebration featuring more than 60 vendors, opened this past weekend.
Sejal Govindarao analyzes some of President Mark Wrighton’s top priorities as the University’s new president.
The Hatchet’s editors break down the top news stories of 2021 as the year begins to come to a close.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” Ethan Valliath speaks with culture editor Anna Boone about celebrating the holiday season in D.C.
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