I could never have predicted the impact The Hatchet would have on my life, but I wouldn’t have had it any other way.
The Student Association debate took place Tuesday evening in Jack Morton auditorium.
What do the leaders of organizations like the Panhellenic Association, Black Student Union and Colonial Cabinet find most important heading into the SA elections?
Das Ethiopian serves authentic Ethiopian cuisine at 28th and M streets, an about 10-minute walk from campus.
Captain Cookie and the Milkman will open its doors Thursday after a five-and-a-half-month-long construction process.
Curious about the Captain Cookie signs at 2000 Pennsylvania Ave.? Kirk Francis, the owner of Captain Cookie, shared details about his upcoming shop in this Q&A.
Its storefront on U Street is easy to miss, but Oohh’s & Aahh’s is home to some of the best soul food in D.C.
More than 18,000 people gathered at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center this weekend for Metro Cooking D.C., a culinary event featuring tasting exhibits and cooking demonstrations hosted by celebrity chefs Bobby Flay and Guy Fieri.
Chocolate Moose, a zany gift shop at 17th and L streets, is full of Halloween items and accessories for that last-minute costume.
Video by Hatchet staff videographer Brittany Gellerman. D.C. area Girl Scouts joined up with female GW students for a series of confidence-building workshops through performance art. Senior Corinne Zmoos, project manager at Girls Rock D.C., put the program together after getting a $1,000 grant from the Confidence Coalition. The Girl Scouts rotate through various singing, […]