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.
GW Votes hosted a National Voter Registration Day event to register students in Potomac Square Tuesday afternoon.
Jeti, a location-based app which users can post on anonymously, has gained traction among students since the start of the semester.
An Elliott School of International Affairs professor and student leaders discuss ways students can get involved in helping incoming Afghan refugees to the D.C. area.
GW Late Night hosted a silent disco for students in Potomac Square during the second week of classes Thursday night.
More than 15 performing arts groups from across campus performed at the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theater in the University Student Center Thursday night.
Student organizations set up displays in University Yard Friday evening to attract new members to join their groups.
Co-directors of the Campus COVID Support Team discussed mitigation efforts on campus amid a nationwide surge in coronavirus cases.
Western Market will feature many food vendors that will accept GWorld payment when it opens this fall.
Today, 18th Street in Adams Morgan remains the centerpiece of the neighborhood, retaining its hallmark artistic edge first established five decades ago.