The Sigma Chi bench has earned an iconic reputation from students for being a monument you don’t have to walk a mile to see.
Tasty Kabob’s authentic food and affordable price points make it The Hatchet’s pick for best food truck.
A member of the “Fab Five” talked about intersectionality, his time on the hit Netflix show “Queer Eye” and his future plans at Lisner Auditorium Sunday evening.
If the thought of becoming a tourist in your own city makes your eyes roll to the back of your head, then try these alternative cherry blossom festivities.
An exhibit that highlights missing and murdered indigenous women opened at the National Museum of the American Indian Friday.
The Hatchet sifted through hundreds of archives and University historical archives to take an in-depth look at black history at GW.
These restaurants in D.C. have seating options that allow you and your significant other to cuddle up next to each other this Valentine’s Day.
Students interested in stand-up comedy will now have a group on campus to practice and perform with.
Alumnus and professor Dana Tai Soon Burgess collaborated with two Smithsonian museums to choreograph a piece about space in American culture.
This holiday season, you can make your gift wrapping just as special as the contents inside with three do-it-yourself wrapping ideas.