Men’s and women’s swimming and diving went undefeated Saturday in their first dual meet of the year at Howard.
Senior faculty expressed concerns that fewer tenure hires will undermine academic freedom and leave new hires with fewer research opportunities.
A task force focused on online learning released findings that some online programs might not be on the same level of quality as on-campus programs.
GW’s robbery count and weapons referrals reached their highest point in 2016, as the University recorded its highest number of rapes in the last five years.
The more guns on campus, the greater the risk to students. Reminding people to leave their guns at home when they come to GW could save someone’s life.
Officials and business managers said the gridlock in the area on weekend nights poses a safety risk for both pedestrians and passing cars.
The block party, which brought more than 3,000 people to I Street, will not be held this year as officials shift focus to smaller community events.
Officials said these trips are one in a series of steps that open the doors to higher education for academically talented students from diverse backgrounds.
The business school wants student organizations to plan their own annual networking trips with their industry-specific needs in mind.
Experts said bringing alumni and parents together in one weekend is an opportunity to showcase the University’s achievements and build a stronger community.
A female student reported to UPD that while running off campus an unidentified individual approached her and exposed himself.
Jeff Anderson pulls himself out of the skate bowl at Saturday’s D.C. Slide Jam, an event celebrating skateboarding and skate photography.
A report on the high drug resistance to HIV in the D.C. area will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of public health officials’ clean needle campaign.
Shop Made In D.C. officially opens Thursday, but D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser kicked off a pre-opening event at the store Monday morning.
Take a step back to look at what the old GW looked like, then fast forward to the present in preparation for your return to Foggy Bottom.
Despite living far from home, most students forget that they’re surrounded by families in Foggy Bottom.
Here’s The Hatchet’s guide to which Colonials Weekend events will entertain the whole family, and others that will have them yawning.
Entertaining families for Colonials Weekend can cause numerous headaches, whether your parents are visiting the District for the first time or a repeat trip.
GW should be on par with its peer schools and offer more avenues for appeal so that the Title IX office can handle complaints more effectively.
GW should partner with more restaurants that specifically cater to all the different cultures we see on campus.
As an academic community, we do not have anything to learn from Bolsonaro. I hope next time the Brazil Initiative will think harder about how they use the power of our institution.
Even though it’s great to raise money for worthy causes, that will not gain students the personal experiences that come from active volunteer work.
As leaders who serve to create a better community for students, resident advisors at GW should work to better connect domestic and international students.
We and our allies are reshaping what the second Monday of October represents: enduring indigenous resilience, strength and beauty.
Kate O’Byrne and Laurel Wain are the only female student-athletes on a men’s team in the Class of 2021.
The Colonials defeated Davidson at the Smith Center after losing six of their last seven games.
The Colonials committed 26 attack errors and nine service errors in the loss to the Rams Friday night.
Neither the Colonials (9-4-2, 4-2-1 A-10) nor the Hawks could record a goal Thursday afternoon, finishing with a 0–0 tie.
The schedule includes 28 home games and a trip to play last year’s No. 22 ranked Virginia in April.
About 30 survivors came out to My Sister’s Place to write their stories on white t-shirts and raise awareness about available resources.
The Future of Sports, an art installation featuring a series of interactive rooms, opened last week.
The Indian Students’ Association hosted its annual event celebrating Navratri in the Marvin Center Grand Ballroom Thursday.