There are two places at GW that I’m almost certain are haunted. One of them is The Hatchet townhouse.
Wade will play the titular role in a MainStage production of William Shakespeare’s “King Lear” to top off his 40 years as a GW professor.
With inaugural weekend activities ranging from traditional events to protests, there’s a lot to do and you’ll need to find a place to refuel afterwards.
Here at GW, we’ve all had unsettling encounters in the dark that we couldn’t quite explain. The GW Hatchet goes ghostbusters on these frights of the night.
Though international students can’t vote, they are finding other ways to get involved in the presidential election.
Kanye West and CHVRCHES scheduled their D.C. shows during first semester, so you don’t have an excuse to miss the best concerts of the year.
JRINK, a health food-hub that opened in Foggy Bottom last month, sells everything from green juices to nut milks.
The Renwick Gallery re-opens with new innovative exhibit and as a new resource for students.
For one hour on Friday afternoon, a Tompkins Hall room full of GW freshman and sophomores transformed into an elementary school science class.
For the D.C. German community, the United Church is a symbol of Foggy Bottom’s German roots.