Page Nine sat down with Hatchet news editor Allison Kowalski to learn more about what’s keeping low-income students from applying to selective colleges, and what projects are in the works to change the status quo.
Fresh off an NCAA Tournament appearance, GW basketball fans couldn’t be more riled up for tip-off this year.
This week, we sat down with news editor Mary Ellen McIntire to talk about a graduate student who is hoping a GoFundMe page will help her pay off the more than $4,500 she owes to GW.
When GW College Democrats shipped off to Louisville, Ky. to campaign for Senate candidate Alison Grimes, Hatchet staff writer Victoria Sheridan tagged along with the group.
This week, The Hatchet sat down with Colleen Murphy, a Hatchet news editor, who wrote about the uphill climb GW faces to attract donations from the arts community.
This week, The Hatchet sat down with Morgan Baskin, The Hatchet’s assistant culture editor, who wrote about a campaign to rid D.C. of fossil fuel investments. Along the way, she discovered an alumnus leading the push and how his group went to New York in the hopes it would boost its campaign.
This is the first episode of “Page Nine,” a web series delving into The Hatchet’s most compelling stories. We’ll interview a Hatchet writer every week to flesh out one of the top stories from our print edition. This week, The Hatchet interviewed Colleen Murphy, a news editor who wrote about the University’s efforts to involve […]
D.C. fire officials found no evidence of an explosion in Tompkins Hall after at least six fire trucks responded to reports of a small blast inside the engineering building Wednesday.
When three Israeli teenagers were kidnapped and murdered last month in the West Bank, Israeli troops clamped down on the Palestinian territory.
Riverside Liquors on E Street reported that a man claiming he had a gun robbed the store Tuesday.