The Department of Education found that several of GW’s websites lacked accommodations for individuals with disabilities.
Activist and author Shaun King spoke at the Marvin Center about violence against blacks in the U.S. and the role of social media in activism.
A professor was given a national award after he developed new immunotherapy and gene therapy practices to treat cancer patients.
While you may think you have communication with your parents figured out, the dynamic is susceptible to major changes as you head off to college.
Following the closure of a federal investigation into GW’s website accessibility, officials will develop strategies to detect inaccessible online content.
Students leaving their residence halls dropped off more than 50,000 pounds of donations last month for Green Move-Out.
Listen to Hatchet staff members give their advice for incoming freshmen and run down some of the most important news from the past year.
The D.C. Council passed multiple measures clearing the way for a helipad to be constructed atop the GW Hospital.
A new study found that doctors are often willing to “take a risk” in prescribing antibiotics to patients with non-bacterial diseases like the flu.
A slew of shootings last weekend is pushing city officials to re-examine gun policies in the District.