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GW dropped the match in one of the team's worst statistical performances of the season.
Men’s soccer came within inches of defeating conference foe Saint Joseph’s on Sunday, but had to settle for a 1-1 tie after a hard fought 110 minutes of play.
Within the first few songs, bras were already being thrown onstage, and while some audience members settled for shouting Casablanca's name, others reached out in hopes of touching him. While the tunes didn’t have the stuck-in-your-head factor characteristic of The Strokes, the band turned Casablancas fans into fans of Julian Casablancas+The Voidz.
With anecdotal jokes, a satirical take on the news of the day and a host of controversial topics, Meyers was able to bring “Saturday Night Live” experience to campus.
Volleyball gave Atlantic 10 newcomer Davidson a harsh welcome to the conference, defeating the Wildcats in straight sets (25-18, 25-23, 25-13) in the first meeting between the teams as league foes.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Rob Bartnichak.
The first game between a GW team and A-10 newcomer Davidson on Friday also marked a personal first for one player in a match that did not see much action otherwise.
After two successful seasons for the men’s and women’s teams last year, the stands packed with students and parents surged with anticipation, and higher expectations, for what’s next.
In "Whiplash," director Damien Chazelle leaves the audience battling the question: “Is it worth becoming a psychopath if great art results?”
With hard-hitting themes and cultural vibrance, “The Book of Life” joins the ranks of the growing body of animated movies that have abandoned cliche and antiquated sentiments of what it means to be a princess, petitioning for representation of a wider spread of cultures in film.
The Colonials snapped their two-game losing skid Friday thanks to senior Matthew Scott’s first career goal and junior goalkeeper Jean-Pierre Merwe's first shutout of the season.
The newest member of the GW community is 600 pounds, bronze and cost almost $50,000.
Mayoral candidates came to Southeast D.C. on Thursday to tout their stances on issues like education and marijuana legalization.
The poll, which asks a coach from each Division I conference to rank the top 25 schools and then assign points with each ranking, puts GW tied for 47th in the nation with Miami (Fla.), Toledo and Saint Mary's, which also received a single vote.
The University’s Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps gives students a taste of military life and leadership training during college.
An openly gay campus police officer pushed members of GW's LGBT community Wednesday to talk openly about hate crimes when he shared his personal experiences with facing harassment.
Avram "Ave" Tucker, who graduated from GW with a bachelor's degree in business administration in 1977, will divide his gift among the athletics department, the GW School of Business and the GW Law School.
A nurse who was infected with Ebola in Texas will be moved to Bethesda for treatment.
When furniture is removed from common spaces or when we abuse the lounge by breaking or mishandling furniture, it takes away from everyone’s opportunity to use those amenities.
This issue is pervasive across college campuses, and we need to acknowledge its existence in the GW community.
From scary movie festivals to re-showings of classic horror films, here's a round up of the best horror movie events in D.C., proving that sometimes the old favorites can outshine the newer Hollywood blockbusters.
Kickstart the holiday season with Halloween-inspired races, a lottery for tickets to the lighting of the National Christmas Tree and a spooky Edgar Allen Poe reading, plus live entertainment in dance, theater and music.