After allegations of anti-Semitism among Women’s March organizers and criticisms about the march’s intersectionality, some students decided to sit out this year’s march.
More than 150 people gathered in Kogan Plaza at noon Monday for a vigil honoring the victims of a shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday.
The Hindu Students Association hosted a celebration of Diwali, a Hindu festival of lights, Saturday.
An alumna’s art therapy program, Tracy’s Kids, provides local children with art supplies to cope with their illnesses and extended hospitalizations.
The Hatchet met with student interns and asked them to weigh in on their thoughts about internship culture at GW.
The Loop installation is open at CityCenter DC through Sept. 16. The devices incorporate light, music and screens that display fairytale cartoons.
German photographer Luigi Toscano traveled the world for three years while taking more than 200 photos of Holocaust survivors.
Lola the Labradoodle is The Hatchet’s pick for this year’s best campus dog.
The Vibes and GW Motherfunkers competed in the Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Saturday.
About 20 students celebrated the last night of Love Your Body Week with mug decorating in the Marvin Center Thursday.