The Hatchet Blogs
The day before two of the NFL's best defenses clash in the Superbowl, GW and Rhode Island pit their efficient defenses against one another in South Kingstown. Rhode Island is a lot like GW was last year, a young team, full of potential being realized a bit ahead of schedule.
Officials in the Division of Information Technology resolved a three-hour GWorld system outage Thursday night.
The department, which began at the start of last semester, introduced its new endowed chair, Igor Efimov, and a panel discussed the future of biomedical engineering.
An alumna and former assistant secretary of defense for public affairs shared advice from her new book, "A Survivor’s Guide to Washington: How to Succeed without Losing Your Soul," at GW on Tuesday.
David Jobes, a suicidologist and psychology professor at Catholic University, spoke about ending stigmas associated with mental illness and treatment on Thursday at the Marvin Center.
A few GW students will be offered funding to help ease a social or environmental issue in the D.C. area.
A weekend of burlesque, beer and comedy is only a day away.
These numbers are a wake-up call that should encourage us to focus our resources on the areas that need it most. That might mean, for example, sexual assault prevention training should be tailored to LGBT-specific organizations.
“Scandal” and “House of Cards” will make their much-anticipated returns soon, so here’s a list of misconceptions fans may have – and a couple things that prove true – about living in the District.
Sustainability is something that deserves great attention, and a little healthy competition is never a bad thing. But this combination is trivial and only a weak stab at making real progress.
The bakery, which opened in December, employs not only veterans but also those who care about veterans' issues.
Both the GW Troubadours and The GW Vibes performed, but they fell to the Cathedral Close school group, Jackets Off.
The majority of undergraduate students say GW must do more to raise awareness about sexual harassment on campus, according to a survey released Wednesday.
Captain Cookie and the Milkman will open its doors Thursday after a five-and-a-half-month-long construction process.
Despite a strong GW start, No. 14 VCU (17-3, 7-0 Atlantic 10) would shoot 48.6 percent from the field in the second half to go on to secure a dominant 72-48 win over the Colonials (16-5, 6-2) Tuesday night in Richmond.
U.S. Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia will return to Lisner Auditorium on Thursday, Feb. 12 to discuss their tenures on the highest federal court in the nation.
A Student Association bill that would have slashed the amount candidates are allowed to spend on the upcoming campaign cycle by half failed in a vote Monday night.
Women’s basketball junior Jonquel Jones was named Atlantic 10 Player of the Week for the fourth consecutive time and sixth this season, the league announced Monday.
Alcohol has been a factor in every sexual assault reported in GW’s crime log in the last four years, the University’s security chief said Monday.