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After Donald Trump was sworn in as U.S. president and protestors had left the streets, students donned black-tie attire for GW's inaugural ball.
Thousands of people lined up along Pennsylvania Avenue to watch the inaugural parade Friday afternoon.
Protesters captured national attention as they marched through the streets of D.C. Friday, speaking out against the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Hundreds of thousands looked upon the west side of the Capitol building today as Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the U.S.
People of all ages came together Friday morning in Meridian Hill Park for Occupy Inauguration, a peaceful protest against the inauguration.
Protesters blocked the checkpoint at 10th and E streets as people tried to get onto the National Mall the morning of Inauguration Day.
Friday morning, thousands of people formed a line near Dupont Circle to get their hands on free joints.
People from across the country gathered for the Welcome Celebration for President-elect Donald Trump at the Lincoln Memorial Thursday night.
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Meredith Roaten.
GW survived a Duquesne comeback Wednesday night to earn its second conference win and snap a three-game losing streak.
A favorite campus food truck will be moving from the streets to the shelves when CapMac begins selling their products at FoBoGro tonight.
As students migrate back to campus, they’ll notice an old favorite restaurant got a fresh look and new menu items.
The initiative will combine education and research with on-the-ground training to strengthen leadership and disaster resilience in developing countries.
The Colonials lost 79–69 Sunday night after allowing the Explorers to shoot 61.4 percent from the floor and 64.7 percent from three-point range.
With its leading scorer out of the lineup due to injury, women’s basketball rallied to a 76-62 victory over the Davidson Wildcats at home Sunday afternoon.
The Colonials will look to pick up their fifth win in six games as they host the Davidson Wildcats at the Smith Center, where GW is 6-1 this season and 47-7 over the past four years.
House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke about topics like health care, immigration and trade deals to a full audience at Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday evening.
In case you missed it, here’s the best and worst news from around campus and the District this week.
Men's basketball (9-8, 1-2 A-10) lost its second straight A-10 contest in a blowout, 85-55 decision at VCU Wednesday night.
In the first game of the annual Revolutionary Rivalry series between the two local foes, women’s basketball (11-6, 4-1 A-10) outlasted the George Mason Patriots (9-9, 2-3 A-10), 79-71, in overtime.
The owners of the previously shut down bar Sugar plan to work with the ANC as he works to obtain a liquor license for the location.