About 500 graduates received their diplomas at the Law School Celebration in the Smith Center Sunday afternoon.
Students were encouraged to persevere through difficult times at the Columbian College of Arts and Science’s first commencement ceremony Saturday.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science gathered its graduating class and seniors’ families for a commencement celebration at the Smith Center Friday.
More than 1,000 Elliott School of International Affairs graduates were told to “think globally” at a commencement celebration Friday.
News editors update us on the University’s proposed updates to Title IX policies and students’ concerns about undergraduate research for social sciences.
Listen to Hatchet news editors talk about a recent lawsuit against the University, graduate students’ effort to unionize and GW’s rising admission rate.
It’s been such a pleasure to be part of this Hatchet Family, and I look forward to the day our paths cross again. So, Hatchet Family, as I was, as I continue to be.
At the end of one’s tenure, it’s important to recognize the people who helped you through it, shared a memory, shared a laugh.
The Colonials defeated Saint Joseph’s 65–49 to grab GW’s third A-10 title in four years and the first under head coach Jennifer Rizzotti.
The Colonials (12-11, 7-4 A-10) defeated the Patriots by four points Wednesday night behind 17 points from junior forward Kelsi Mahoney.