Nearly 93 percent of students in the Class of 2021 returned to GW this fall – the highest freshman retention rate since 2010.
Student leaders said they celebrated a “win” last week after the Board of Trustees voted to allow students to take a free 18th credit next fall.
The Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration fined FoBoGro $30,000 last week after the store sold alcohol to underage customers in March.
Community members will participate in University President Thomas LeBlanc’s first of several two-year reviews this spring.
Since stepping into her new role in June, the new study abroad director said she is working to expand the number and type of students who study abroad.
Students evacuated Madison Hall for about an hour Monday morning after a malfunctioning valve problem caused steam to fill several rooms.
Faculty are hosting 10 lectures for parents and alumni during Colonials Weekend this week – up from two sessions last year.
The Asian American Student Association is pushing officials in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences to develop an Asian American studies minor.
A sophomore restarted the GW chapter of D.C. Students for Statehood last month in hopes of raising awareness about the issue ahead of midterm elections.
The Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service switched to a new service allowing student organizations to log their service hours.
MPD officers are investigating a possible assault that occurred in the Marvin Center Thursday after a man tried to access the mosque before business hours.
GW Police Department officers found two parking meters in the study lounge in the basement of Fulbright Hall.
Twelve students attended the Residence Hall Association’s first cooking class in Thurston Hall’s common kitchen Thursday.
In past years, television stars and comedians performed at Colonials Weekend, but D.C. can more than make up for lost entertainment.
As Foggy Bottom has seen new openings, some treasured campus businesses have shuttered their doors.
Colonials Weekend is the perfect excuse to get off GWorld and explore the fancier fare and activities of D.C.
Officina is full-fledged Italian eatery, with three floors of Italian goodies to give the full experience of a traditional market.
Whether you’re eager to party in costume or want to relax with a festive movie, there’s a place for every Halloween lover to enjoy the eeriness of October.
GW has discredited a body that exists solely to serve the University, which is both frustrating and confounding.
Activism depends not just on everyday citizens to participate, but on the privileged to organize, create a movement for change and sacrifice for others.
As a queer person and a victim of sexual violence, I was not going to sit idly by while a mold of my abusers was elevated to the highest court in the land.
A missing GWorld card spells disaster, but GW can change that through a new Apple Wallet capability.
By being more sustainable, universities can help change their communities for the better by improving the environment and therefore improving lives.
SA President Ashley Le has numerous goals with vague solutions and it’s vital that she doesn’t get lost in the list she has created.
Baseball’s first on-site clubhouse was unveiled at Tucker Field Saturday after more than a year of renovations.
The Colonials (8–13, 2–7 A-10) are in ninth place in the Atlantic 10 with five games left in the regular season.
SquashWise provides almost 100 students in Baltimore with academic resources to help them pursue a higher education while introducing them to squash.
The Colonials outshot their opponents 22-15 but could not break through La Salle’s defense to net a game-winner.
The Colonials defeated Navy 14–8 to continue their streak and remain undefeated at home this season.
The Death Becomes Us pop-up bar is a part of a series of events leading up to the True Crime Festivals.
The exhibit features a virtual reality game where users can paint using VR equipment.
Hundreds of demonstrators congregated outside the U.S. Supreme Court for the “Stop Kavanaugh Protest” Wednesday night.
Listen to news editors talk about a plan to review the president’s performance and the newly approved free 18th credit.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news editors discuss the opening of a student prayer space on campus.
On this week’s episode, hear news editors talk about the launch of a discounted meal startup and GW’s recent partnership with the Disney Institute.