Musician Cariel Coates connects with Foggy Bottom residents and students through street performances at the Foggy Bottom Metro stop.
Curtis Lawrence speaks about his path from School Without Walls to GW at 14 years old.
Students and officials honored the victims of 9/11 in a memorial service in the Marvin Center Wednesday.
The Hatchet sat down with two popular on-campus bands about the history of their bands and performing as students.
The nonprofit organization Active Minds held a demonstration on suicide awareness in University Yard Thursday.
Thunder Burger owner talked about the ‘Impossible’ burger’s rising popularity.
The founder of the instagram page @gwthrift hosted a pop-up thrift store in U-Yard Thursday.
Catch up on some of the biggest headlines from this summer.
Students spent their first four days at GW by participating in the first ever New Student Orientation this year.
Thousands gathered for the annual Capital Pride Parade Saturday to celebrate LGBTQ identities.