The Hatchet Blogs
The women’s soccer team (2-2-0) lost a tough contest to the Drexel Dragons (4-1-0) Friday on a muggy afternoon on the Mount Vernon Campus.
The body of a junior who has been missing in South Africa since Sunday was recovered Friday, according to a University statement.
Eight Greek life chapters have been sanctioned for violations to GW's code of conduct since January, according to an update to GW's sanction website Friday.
The men's basketball schedule was released Thursday, and GW will play a minimum of 17 games on national television, the most in program history.
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Chuck Todd led a panel of political experts to discuss the 2016 campaign in front of a packed crowd in the Jack Morton Auditorium Wednesday night.
The two teams went toe-to-toe in the first set, where neither team ever led by more than four points.
Local officials called off the search for Nicholas Upton, his parents said. Upton was last seen swimming in the East Cape Province on Sunday, Aug. 30 at about 10:30 p.m. local time.
The Student Association Senate endorsed GW’s decision to make standardized test scores optional for applicants during the group's first meeting of the year Monday night.
Cape Town authorities are conducting a search and are working with program representatives, Upton’s family and the U.S. Embassy, according to the release.
MacKenzie Cowley scored the Colonials’ first two goals in a 3-0 win over ECU in the team’s home opener Sunday afternoon.
Offensive woes of the past haunted men’s soccer in its season opener at the Kuykenstrong D.C. College Cup Sunday, where despite striking first, the team dropped a 2-1 decision to American.
The University-wide free concert begins at 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 5 in University Yard, and will also include multiple vendors, according to a press release.
Provost Steven Lerman will step down from his post at the end of the calendar year, the University announced Wednesday.
Pedestrian and vehicular traffic is now open on the Key Bridge in Georgetown after being closed for about two hours because of a a man "attempting to harm himself" on the bridge Tuesday night, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
On the heels of a Championship game appearance at the Atlantic 10 Tournament last season, volleyball secured its best ranking in the A-10 preseason poll since 2003 with a second place finish, the league announced Monday.
A new program will provide residents in Foggy Bottom and West End an opportunity to report potential incidents with GW students living off-campus.
At GW, we live tucked into our personal space, shielded by some headphones or a smartphone screen and barely aware of the people who surround us.