It’s funny how we fall into things.
$31.50 was how much sophomore Peter Sacco and senior Tae Min Kim were allowed to spend for weekly groceries as part of the GW SNAP Challenge. The SNAP challenge – short for the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – seeks to raise awareness of challenges faced by families who depend on a federal food stamp […]
For the 135th year, families gathered on the White House’s south lawn to roll Easter eggs with the first family. Take a look at some scenes from Monday’s Easter celebration, in which about 30,000 people participated.
Speakers from across the country discussed education, hunger, global health and other issues at TEDxFoggyBottom, an independently organized event on Sunday. The theme for the event was “The Power of Human Connection.”
Love poems were the theme of District-based education non-profit Higher Achievement’s spoken-word poetry evening Monday. Poetry has been a mainstay of the after-school center’s curriculum and the performances are designed to empower the young students to express themselves, Abby Cohen, director of program partners for Higher Achievement, said.
The Soul Revue recreated hip-hop and R&B music videos in a performance in Jack Morton Auditorium on Sunday. Check out our audio slideshow:
Members of The Colonial Lodge, a Masonic lodge comprising men affiliated with GW, led a ceremony in University Yard on Friday to celebrate George Washington’s birthday.
Music students from Afghanistan are performing in top American concert halls this month as part of a cultural program paid for by the United States Embassy. The students, who study at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music, played at the Kennedy Center on Thursday and will continue on to Carnegie Hall next week. Afghan Cultural Exchange from […]
The Office of Entrepreneurship put on the first startup showcase Wednesday at the Marvin Center. Undergraduates, graduate students and alumni had a chance to talk about and promote their developing business ideas.
Watch The Hatchet’s video of Monday afternoon’s inaugural parade where both President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden stepped out of their limousines to greet the audience.