Students came out to support seven on-campus a cappella groups in the annual Battle of the A Cappellas Thursday.
Two sophomores created GW Hammocks to beat the end of the semester stress and meet new people on campus.
The GW Alumni Association hosted the third annual Flag Day to raise money and encourage students to write thank you letters to alumni for donating to the University.
Eight Bhangra teams from universities across the U.S. competed in Bhangra Blowout, the oldest and largest Bhangra competition in the country, Saturday night.
Students gathered in Kogan Plaza to participate the APO’s annual Buzzing for Change fundraiser.
Students gathered in District House Thursday night to hear the results of the 2017 Student Association elections.
GW Table Tennis is a club sports team that takes ping-pong to the next level.
Students from across campus enjoyed the traditional Hindu festival that marked the official arrival of the spring season.
The Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens is The Hatchet’s choice for best off-the-beaten-path museum.
Pinstripes is The Hatchet’s pick for best low-key Friday night activity.