Instead of Yeezy, Neil Portnow, a GW alumnus and Recording Academy president, took the stage at the Grammy’s.
A licensed marriage and family therapist and private relationship coach talked about date ideas and how to date in college.
Between Phillips Hall and Rome Hall during the past week you may have strolled by the giant American flag or portrait of Donald Trump in the window.
The morning after the Women’s March, the GW Sirens woke up to find a video of them had reached 5,000 retweets.
Friday morning, thousands of people formed a line near Dupont Circle to get their hands on free joints.
A favorite campus food truck will be moving from the streets to the shelves when CapMac begins selling their products at FoBoGro tonight.
Roti, a fast casual restaurant chain that serves up Mediterranean plates, pita pockets and salads, is starting off the semester with renovations and added menu options at the I Street location.
This weekend, as thousands of people descend on the District for the inauguration, many others will arrive for the multiple protests, demonstrations and alternative events. Here are some of the largest protests going on around the District and how you can get involved in them. Occupy Inauguration Occupy Inauguration is a rally and protest against […]
A local couple will show the country one episode at a time that D.C. is more than just monuments and Brutalist-era federal buildings.
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Callan Tansill-Suddath. A new year means a new calendar full of must-see music performances. Lucky for us, this new year promises to bring some great acts to the District. Check out these concerts to ring in first few months of 2017: Run The Jewels Echostage, Jan. 12 Before […]