GW held an in-person orientation for the first time in over a year for incoming freshman and sophomores.
Thousands of students were welcomed onto campus over the past week for the first time in more than a year.
Today, 18th Street in Adams Morgan remains the centerpiece of the neighborhood, retaining its hallmark artistic edge first established five decades ago.
The Hatchet sat down with residents throughout D.C. to learn about how their neighborhoods enrich the city.
GW held a virtual graduation this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the class of 2021 still celebrated together on the National Mall and at sites around campus.
As their time on The GW Hatchet comes to a close, Volume 117 editors Sarah Roach, Lizzie Mintz and Kiran Hoeffner-Shah reflect and look toward the future of the paper.
Three GW professors discuss the history and importance of the gay rights movement, the Civil Rights movement and the women’s rights movement and reflect on their protests and marches that have taken place in D.C. and around the country.
The Hatchet sat down with U Street business owners, residents and entertainers to discuss how high rent prices and the influx of new residents into the neighborhood is pushing out its unique history.
The Hatchet talked with George Glass, a senior who raised more than $3,500 for GW Mutual Aid by eating a sock on Instagram live.
Junior Brandon Hill, the current Student Association president, is running to remain in the position for another year.