The Hatchet Blogs
Ease the back-to-school transition these free and almost-free events, all happening this week.
The men’s soccer team's match Sunday against District rival Howard University was a tale of two halves.
Indie-rock band Cold War Kids electrified the crowd Saturday at this year’s Fall Fest, which featured a rock band for the first time in years.
With the win, GW wraps up its host tournament 3-0 and without losing a single set (9-0).
Coming off a straight-sets sweep of Arkansas State in its season opener Friday morning, women’s volleyball carried the momentum into an evening match, handling Auburn in straight sets (25-13, 25-18, 25-20) at the GW Invitational.
The Colonials defeated the Greyhounds 3-0 with another strong effort from the GW defense and timely execution from the offense.
The Colonials dropped the the opening game of the Kuykenstrong D.C. College Cup after American scored two goals in the final 20 minutes.
The indoor cycling company's first D.C. studio, which opened Aug. 5, uses a combination of fast-paced EDM beats, a club-like atmosphere and synchronized group exercises to kick your cycling into high gear.
University President Steven Knapp highlighted GW's efforts to prevent sexual assault on campus and support victims Friday, three days after his predecessor's remarks about sexual violence generated a wave of criticism from advocates across the country.
As a man, I realize it is unlikely I fully understand what it is like to be a woman faced with such a threat or the victim of such actions. As a caring adult, however, I do understand the responsibility we all share for the actions of our friends and classmates.
I am disappointed and furious that people, especially in positions of power, continue to perpetuate the notion that sexual violence is in any way up to survivors to prevent.
Fourth-year medical student Navdeep Kang died after he was struck by a car while riding a motorcycle in Maryland, the University announced Thursday. He was 25 years old.
Blues-infused indie rock group Cold War Kids will headline Fall Fest, the Program Board announced Thursday.
The Metropolitan Police Department is leading an investigation into a report that a male student sexually assaulted another student in the Phi Sigma Kappa house at 601 21st St.
The Global Women’s Institute will partner with international researchers over the next five years to study violence against women and girls in South Sudan, the University announced Tuesday.
His answer has drawn a storm of criticism: Trachtenberg said schools should educate women about the dangers of over consuming alcohol.
The men’s basketball team will make at least 14 appearances on national television this season, including six at home.
General Manager Josh Levin said he looks forward to exposing students to more than the standard Hollywood fare.
If University President Steven Knapp genuinely wants to connect with students, here's a step he could take.
Amid the outrage over the Brown killing, we must not lose focus of the bigger picture. Since the founding of our nation, society has displayed a deeply entrenched belief in a racial hierarchy.
D.C. Public Schools relieved parents last week after it announced that School Without Walls students will likely never take classes at a local elementary school, though concerns remain over how one principal will lead both schools.