At least five students are forming student groups to host debate watch parties and participate in canvassing events for presidential candidates.
Thousands of people flocked to the perimeter of Nationals Park in celebration of the team’s historic World Series win against the Houston Astros Wednesday.
GW Women in Economics plans to create a mentorship program with female alumni in economics and host professional development workshops.
A group of female students established the first intersectional student organization for women of color and their allies last week.
Quentin McHoes, a candidate for SA executive vice president, wants to use his status as an SA outsider to help enact change in the organization.
As 2018 comes to an end, take a look back at pivotal moments The Hatchet captured in photos.
Two years afters its debut, officials said they’re adding an additional site in Ireland to accommodate a growing interest in the Global Bachelor’s Program.
Ashley Le said her desire to be a “storyteller” will allow her to amplify students’ voices as SA president.
A University spokeswoman said officials will have updates to share about the search for a new Vern Express provider “in the coming weeks.”
Guests walk up the Renwick Gallery stairs for a viewing party showcasing “Murder Is Her Hobby” and “The Final Stop” exhibitions.