Demonstrators came to support Christine Blasey Ford one day after she testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Dog owners march through the rain from Union Square to Wunder Garden with their dogs on Sunday.
The Colonial Composting program started as a pilot during the spring semester. The program has collected nearly 500 pounds of food since the start of this academic year.
The Hatchet met with student interns and asked them to weigh in on their thoughts about internship culture at GW.
The Loop installation is open at CityCenter DC through Sept. 16. The devices incorporate light, music and screens that display fairytale cartoons.
The first exhibition featured photos of students and faculty along with stories that the subjects shared with photographers.
Two students who have taken more than 17 credits in one semester talked about how the extra credit helped them pursue multiple majors or a minor.
A new outdoor study space opened outside Gelman Library on H Street Wednesday.
The Hatchet met with the chef to discuss his favorite food, toughest competition on the show “Beat Bobby Flay” and more.
Cobbler, a dessert baked with fruits and a thick crust, is the perfect dish as D.C. slowly approaches fall territory.