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This post was written by Hatchet reporter Regina Park.
Men’s water polo’s season ended Sunday in a 14-13 loss to Harvard to finish eighth at the Collegiate Water Polo Association Championships.
The panelists spoke to a rapt audience of about 45 students candidly about their journeys into trans-life, self-acceptance, societal stigmas and the importance of a safe space to have an honest conversation.
From 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, the students behind GW Animal Advocates will join forces with peta2 and PETA's youth division to offer veganized Thanksgiving meals like stuffed Tofurkey (tofu turkey) and even free vegan recipe packs.
Ward 8 D.C. Council member and former Mayor Marion Barry died at the age of 78 early Sunday morning.
The Colonials still made a game of it against a squad fresh off a Final Four run. But after shooting a remarkable 50 percent from the field in the first half, women’s basketball could not keep up with No. 9 Maryland as the Terps dictated the tempo and dealt the Colonials a 75-65 loss Saturday.
The Capitol-themed gourmet popcorn truck Popped! Republic was found late Friday night after it was reported stolen Friday morning.
Jared Nathan Kline, 37, allegedly abused three women at GW Hospital, United Medical Center and the MedStar Washington Hospital Center in D.C.
A female student reported early Saturday morning that she was sexually assaulted by three men in an alleyway on the 900 block of New Hampshire Avenue.
GW gave the No. 9-ranked Cavaliers a scare at halftime, but as the grind-it-out game went on, the Colonials could not find the basket, taking their first loss of the season 59-42 on the road Friday night.
Assistant to President Barack Obama and Chief of Staff to First Lady Michelle Obama Tina Tchen spoke in Funger Hall on Friday about GW’s next steps to advancing a conversation about sexual assault on campus.
While the team is clearly scoring, it isn’t sharp-shooting its way to success. Instead, GW is using an active defense to fuel its offense and filling the stat sheet, especially with a strong perimeter defense.
GW held its first-ever talent competition Thursday night, selecting a senior to be the opening act for Spring Fling.
GW men's basketball is back. Two opinions writers were in the stands last Friday as the Colonials took on Grambling State.
Foggy Bottom’s local governing body approved a resolution Wednesday that asks GW to begin late-night patrols off campus.
A temporary fire station built behind the Thaddeus Stevens School will open in December while its original location in the West End neighborhood undergoes large-scale renovations.
Staying on campus this Thanksgiving doesn't have to mean a heap of mashed potatoes and turkey from the Whole Foods hot bar.
Just two games into the regular season, the Colonials will get perhaps their toughest test of the entire year, facing No. 9 Virginia on the road in the opening game of a home-and-home agreement announced last April.
Aside from the technicalities, the whole purpose of study abroad is to leave your comfort zone and become part of another culture.
Cold weather got you down? Though weekends no longer include beer gardens, picnics or rooftop bars, there’s still plenty to do.
Women’s basketball dug deep through its depth chart on the way to an 88-45 crushing of Bowie State (Division II) in GW’s home opener Wednesday, moving to 2-1 with its second consecutive win.
What are our rights as U.S. citizens in a post 9/11 society? Amitai Etzioni, a professor in the Elliott School of International Affairs, and Susan Herman, president of the American Civil Liberties Union, went head-to-head Wednesday to debate the issue.