Tyler Cavanaugh has become not only The Hatchet’s pick for best male athlete, but one of the best players GW has ever seen.
April 3, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 26
Stories from the April 3, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
If you’re looking for the perfect post-workout meal, you won’t want to miss the avocado herb toast at Fruitive.
Three former fraternity leaders described their frustrations with GW’s assertive stance on regulating chapters.
Officially hired as head coach last Monday, Maurice Joseph hopes he and his staff can turn men’s basketball into a perennial contender during his tenure.
The Red Hen’s homestyle Italian dishes and laid-back atmosphere make it a District favorite. It’s the perfect place for an atypical tourist who wants to get away.
Piercing hazel eyes, a radiant smile and her fierce on-field persona has MacKenzie Cowley sitting pretty as this year’s hottest female athlete.
Students from across campus enjoyed the traditional Hindu festival that marked the official arrival of the spring season.
After President Donald Trump released the preliminary federal budget last month, financial aid experts are concerned about the future of federal financial aid.
Kogod Courtyard’s soothing water basins and bright natural light in the National Portrait Gallery make it an ideal study spot.
Glenn Egelman – the first associate dean of the Colonial Health Center – said he won’t set overall priorities until he has spoken with students and faculty.