GW held its annual Acappellapalooza charity concert Saturday with the GW Troubadours, the Vibes, the Pitches, the Sons of Pitch, the Voice Gospel Choir and the MotherFunkers.
Video by Hatchet videographer Deepa Shivaram and multimedia editor Diana Marinaccio. Kappa Sigma held its third annual Shave Away Cancer event Saturday on the National Mall in conjunction with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and Wahl Clippers. The event raised more than $30,000 for childhood cancer research after over 100 students shaved their heads for the […]
Conveniently located at 21st and L streets, this eclectic shop serves a variety of Rwandan coffees.
While selling a variety of bread and pastries, Dutton has developed a unique relationship with GW students and the Foggy Bottom community.
Video by Hatchet videographer Yulin Lou and Hatchet multimedia editor Diana Marinaccio. Tired of the city? Want to get off campus this fall? GW students went apple picking Sunday in an outing organized by GW Trails. Students got a chance to pick apples and pumpkins as well as buy other fresh products at Hartland Orchards, […]
Video by Hatchet videographers Melissa Mogollon, Diana Marinaccio and Blair Guild. GW’s Program Board teamed up with the Residence Hall Association this September for an events series called “Breaking the Silence,” aimed at raising awareness about mental health issues. The events series comes after three students committed suicide last academic year and the groups teamed up […]
Hundreds braved the cold Friday to watch President Barack Obama and the first family light the National Christmas Tree.
Business majors Felicity Yuchen Xie and Lulu Ma won first place in GW’s student startup competition with an idea to help lower-income families gain access to fresh farmer’s market produce. The pair edged ahead of more than a dozen other students in the “Pitch George” elevator competition – which was actually held in a GW […]
Epsilon Sigma Alpha hosted Gobblefest, an fall philanthropy event, in J Street Thursday. More than 40 teams participated in the eating contest to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
CapMac co-owners Brian Arnoff and Vicky Harris have looked into storefronts in the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia area – and specifically around GW’s neighborhood – but have not yet pinned down a location.