Officials said Michael King, the former chair of the chemistry department, and his family will fund the professorship as a part of their gift to GW.
Attend an outdoor mini music festival at the Kennedy Center, visit a Smithsonian museum or visit a fashion-centric pop-up exhibit.
The study found nitrogen dioxide to be disproportionately lower within disenfranchised, minority neighborhoods during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faculty will not be allowed to ask students or staff about their vaccination statuses or encourage them to wear a mask in their classrooms.
The ANC unanimously called on DDOT to plant trees in the median of Virginia Avenue from Rock Creek Parkway to G Street NW during its meeting Wednesday.
Summer residents can now host off-campus students in their rooms if they have access to other buildings on campus.
WMATA officials said the change will allow more flexibility to people who have to work late.
Officials are looking to hire events staff after many in the department were laid off last year to mitigate the financial impact of the pandemic.
Officials said unvaccinated people must continue to wear masks, undergo weekly COVID-19 testing and complete daily symptom checks to maintain campus access.
GW community members remember the rising junior for her devotion to family members and her Jewish culture.
A Kosher dining venue, two floors dedicated to Hillel activities and two floors that will be leased by GW were among the building’s final plans.
The suspects, one armed with a pistol, attempted to rob approximately $180 from a man who had just finished servicing an ATM in Rome Hall, according to MPD.
Get out of yoru breakfast rut with chorizo breakfast tacos from the newly opened specialty market, cafe fusion, Baker’s Daughter.
Explore the Washington National Cathedral Gardens, volunteer at H Street Farms and take a yoga class at District Pier.
Head to Seoul Food D.C. to taste refeshing and satisfying plant-based Korean and Asian fusion dishes.
The next time you’re at The Wharf, grab a bite at Grazie Grazie, a modern Italian sandwich joint that puts a gourmet twist on classic subs.
Don’t get caught in the Foggy Bottom bubble this weekend. Instead, out to explore vibrant art, music and food around the city.
the delta variant of the coronavirus has begun to slither through D.C. , threatening to dismantle the progress the region has made against the COVID-19 crisis.
This week’s headlines were a mixed bag. Read our rundown of the best and worst of this week’s news.
In a world that denies Black men and boys their joy, this is my earnest attempt to celebrate their happiness and grace.
If we want to continue working for change, year-round organizing at the state level is key to protecting and expanding our progress.
D.C. partied like it was 2019 for the Fourth of July, but also solemnly commemorated six months since the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
In your honor Deborah, I rededicate myself to forever cherish my relationships and the unwavering Jewish identity you showed us.
Former Havard softball assistant coach Chrissy Schoonmaker will helm softball this upcoming season
The Supreme Court sided with college athletes against the NCAA, allowing an increase in education-related compensation
Sophomore forward Qwanzi Samuels verbally commits to GW, marking sixth roster addition since eight players left the program.
Sailing earned a tenth place finish at the ICSA Coed National Championships, ending the program’s final season of varsity status.
The Colonials took home their first solo A-10 title last week and capped off a historic season with their first NCAA tournament appearance last Saturday.
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.
Construction workers removed the “Cloyd Heck Marvin Center” lettering from the building’s exterior Wednesday after officials announced the building’s renaming
Crowds gathered at Black Lives Matter Plaza Tuesday evening after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd.
We checked in with student employees to see how they are balancing classes, their shifts and the risks of going to work during a pandemic.
Massive road closures and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced people to observe President Joe Biden’s inauguration from afar this year.
Host Alec Rich speaks with professors Erin Chapman and Andrew Zimmerman about LeBlanc’s decision to leave GW.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with Naomi-Grace Panlaqui about a new app that helps users find local events in the DC area.