Officials said students will be able to bring up to four guests to the ceremony on the National Mall.
More than 30 Metrobus routes will expand service until 2 a.m. for the entire week, according to a WMATA release.
Provost Brian Blake is stepping down from his position after he was announced as Georgia State University’s sole finalist for the position of president.
Ray Lucas, an associate professor of emergency medicine, will serve as the University’s COVID-19 coordinator.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority plans to have its bus fleet go all electric starting in 2030.
D.C. officials lifted their final COVID-19 restrictions Friday after allowing bars and nightclubs to open at full capacity again.
Unagi will ship subscribers their own personal scooters which they can use for as long as they’re subscribed.
Diana Karczmarczyk, a professional lecturer at Milken, will be the first director of employee well-being support in the Metropolitan Police Department.
The School of Nursing established a scholarship in honor of a health sciences professor who died in a house fire in April.
The new feature allows users to hold their phone next to a card reader for any station, bus or parking lot to pay to access their trip with Google Pay.
To save yourself from an expensive Uber and pricey drinks, keep these happy hour specials on and near campus in mind.
Stroll through a farmers market on Friday, attend a pride walk and rally on Saturday and take a free yoga class on Sunday.
Vibe out to live music at American Son, snuggle with bunnies in a yoga class and visit Dupont Undergrounds newest exhibition this weekend.
When you visit a wine bar, you’re probably looking forward to the drink selection but at St. Vincent Wine, it’s the food that might just steal the show.
Racism within doctor-patient relationships in the medical industry takes center stage in one Corcoran student’s senior theatre thesis film.
Do you have strong views, experience or expertise on what’s happening at GW? Submit an op-ed to the Hatchet so the community can hear your perspective.
As the District is starting to come back to life after a year of COVID-19 restrictions, GW is coming back to life with it.
Our next problem to reckon with is the questionable judgement of the woman in charge of the Board: Grace Speights
As D.C. reopens, some people are beginning to return to normal activities, while many more around the world have not been able to receive the vaccine.
To move forward, GW must return to our unique model of shared governance based on the Faculty Code, and avoid the destructive errors of the past year.
A message coming from a space of dignity consciousness, would have been much different from the message we received Wednesday.
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.
Sailing is competing in a trio of national championships to round out the program’s final season as a varsity sport.
The Colonials won three of four games against Richmond this weekend to secure the last home series win of the season.
Women’s tennis rebounded this spring with a winning record and capped off the year with a semifinals appearance at the A-10 Tournament.
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.
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.
In case you’re not in the District, here are some of the sights around campus as Inauguration Day nears.
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.
This paper gave me passion and confidence I didn’t know I had, and I know the same holds true for every single person who cares about this paper, too.
The Hatchet created some of my best memories from college, and I wish I could have a few of mornings in the townhouse back.
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