What better way to wow the crowd than by taking inspiration from past first ladies’ inaugural ball looks?
A recent alumnus and current White House staffer’s email account was hacked this week, revealing political documents and messages from his time at GW. The hacked Gmail account belonged to Ian Mellul, a White House staffer who is currently working on Hillary Clinton’s Democratic presidential campaign. The website DC Leaks, which claims to be started by American hackers, released […]
President Barack Obama and his family hosted the 138th White House Easter Egg Roll at the White House Monday.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Andrew Goudsward. Music and cheering from some of D.C.’s high school seniors filled Lisner Auditorium Friday morning for the first-ever D.C. College Signing Day. Mayor Muriel Bowser and U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan hosted the event celebrating graduating seniors who have recently decided where they will attend […]
While you were spending your spring break at the beach getting tropical, First Lady Michelle Obama was in D.C. getting cultural.
Over 10,000 gathered in front of the White House on Thursday evening, but they weren’t motivated by politics. Instead, they pushed to the front of the crowd for a view of a towering Christmas tree that twinkled with more than 60,000 LED lights on the lawn.
Fans at the Smith Center had two reasons to be excited Tuesday night: not only did the Washington Kastles defeat the Springfield Lasers 4-1, but First Lady Michelle Obama was there to cheer on the home team.
Students should consider full-time service as an option after graduation. Taking an entire gap year allows full devotion to an act of social change, a far deeper commitment than a few hours here and there.
Once his life story is told, renowned chef José Andrés should be recognized as nothing less than ideal for our Commencement speaker.
Obama will sign one copy of “American Grown” per customer at the Politics & Prose bookstore May 7.