Olivia Issa, the president of the No Lost Generation, speaks about making campus more inclusive in the next installment of The Hatchet’s Spotlight Series.
Students gathered in Kogan Plaza Friday to protest the administration after a complaint was filed with D.C.’s Office of Civil Rights.
After gaining traction in the spring for pairing students with algorithmically chosen matches, GDUB Marriage Pact has returned for a second launch.
The Mount Vernon Campus was home to the annual Vern Harvest event, where students could make s’mores, paint gourds, eat from food trucks and more.
Students in the University Honors Program put together a book drive to help increase literacy rates in children ages 0 to 5.
Students and administrators marched through campus Monday in response to the recent desecration of a Torah scroll in the TKE. Jewish students and other community members talk about why they attended and how they hope GW will address antisemitism on campus.
Returning to an in-person setting, AFSP’s annual Out of the Darkness walk aimed to bring suicide loss survivors together and to fundraise for the group.
Students performed the Pulitzer Prize finalist play “THE WOLVES” earlier this month as one of their first live performances since the pandemic.
Students and administrators gathered in the University Student Center Amphitheater Wednesday night for the Listening and Healing Session & Forum.
The ceremony included Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., as the keynote speaker and Dr. Anthony Fauci as one of the recipients of the Presidential Medal.