A new aqua cycling studio atop a Dupont Circle hotel lets you work out, without sweating it out, in a refreshing rooftop pool.
The GW Hatchet’s Best of Northwest 2018 In this year’s Best of Northwest guide, readers voted on their favorite food and drink spots, activities and aspects of campus life. Check out our editors’ picks below to see how your votes stack up against our favorites: Campus Life Best Campus Dog Editors’ Choice Lola the miniature […]
The GW Hatchet’s Holiday Guide 2017 At GW, students trade a dining hall for some of the countryâs best restaurants, and use tourist destinations as their regular workout routes. With hundreds of restaurants, places to live off-campus and bars to visit on the weekends, it can be tough to choose what’s best in our neighborhood. […]
At about 1:18 p.m., Jason Rosen, 22, allegedly entered the building on 20th Street as another person was leaving, according to a report.
Protesters had gathered outside of the embassy to voice their disapproval of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, hours after a meeting with President Donald Trump, when they were charged and beaten.
A professor in the medical school received a $1.7 million grant last month to continue investigating therapeutic treatments that can lead to cancer and birth defects.
As seniors prepare to graduate on Sunday, some students are moving away from work in the federal government â and the District altogether.
Student organizations in the School of Nursing were eligible to collect funding from the SA for years, even though the school’s students were not paying the fee that sustains the SA’s budget.
Beginning next spring, all social fraternities must host a sexual assault education training session before April 1, or face internal sanctions from the IFC.
One year into a new campus dining plan, officials are giving all students on campus extra dining dollars next school year.
Since 2011, 39 unlawful entries have been reported in the residence hall â the most of any building or public space on campus.
UPD responded to a report of a male unaffiliated with the University who was harassing female students in the Marvin Center.
Robert Combs, who announced his retirement at the beginning of the semester, has taught American drama at the University since 1971.
Entertain your family, learn from alumni advice and read about how international students are giving back after graduation in our guide.
Trade in your pre-finals siesta for a fiesta this weekend. Get your funk on at U Street or experience ambient techno music at Echostage.
From free pancakes to an outdoor patio party, Tonic Restaurant is holding a week-long anniversary celebration to commemorate 10 years of business.
Jay Pharoah, a former Saturday Night Live star made famous for his portrayal of Obama, will perform at Lisner Auditorium Friday.
Settle down after your finals and coast into summer with some warm female vocalists and cool waves of synth.
All students should be required to take a sociology course at some point in their college careers, regardless of whether they are majoring in the field.
All UW classes need to start incorporating more grammar and basics into their curricula to ensure future success in and outside the classroom.
Violence inhibits discourse on issues and often harms the perpetratorâs cause rather than helping it.
GWâs institutes should make recording their events a priority so that their work reaches all students.
If students are allowed and encouraged to freely express their opinions and stances on issues, then professors should too.
Administrators should revise the student code of conduct to include specific deadlines that the University must meet during an investigation.
Softball freshman third baseman and catcher Jenna Cone broke onto the scene with her hard-hitting style of play, completing a record-breaking season.
Former GW forward Jonquel Jones started her second season with the WNBA’s Connecticut Sun Saturday after being the highest-ever Colonials draft pick.
Ed and Frank Delavergne transfered to GW last fall so that they could run together as middle-distance runners on the Colonials track and field team.
Baseball came from behind and limited the Wildcats to zero hits in the final five innings and pick up the 4â3 win.
David Macpherson, head coach of the men’s tennis team, said he is confident his team will be able to grab its fourth A-10 title.
Sako, who will speak at Commencement on the National Mall Sunday, hopes her speech will remind students to stay connected to the GW community.
After you have partied away all the stress from four years of school, head out for some late night drinks at Service Bar.
With commencement right around the corner, graduating student leaders share what theyâve learned while at GW.