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The loss is first of the season at home for the Colonials, whose record on the Mount Vernon field now stands at 7-1.
University Police Department Chief Kevin Hay announced Friday that he will retire in two weeks.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Regina Park.
Students were invited Tuesday to BYOP - bring your own pumpkin - to Kogan Plaza, where they joined professors to carve their favorite literary scenes from works from “Beowulf” to “The Divine Comedy” into pumpkins.
The volleyball team earned a big non-conference win Wednesday against American, knocking off the Eagles in a five-set dogfight.
Rapper, N.E.R.D. frontman and recent addition to the television show, "The Voice," Pharrell Williams tweeted out a message Thursday encouraging D.C. residents to vote for Muriel Bowser, the Democratic nominee for mayor.
Sigma Chi raised a record-breaking $84,000 during the chapter's Derby Days philanthropy, which wrapped up Tuesday.
All proceeds from the event will go to the GoFundMe campaign for Emily Thompson, who worked at the food truck for the last several months.
As of Wednesday, both the H Street and E Street Starbucks have returned to accepting GWorld after technological problems persisted for most of the semester.
It's easy to cling to the party or set of political ideals on which we’ve been brought up. But if we don’t understand why we vote for certain politicians, we won’t understand why they make the choices they do, and we’re more likely to grow dissatisfied with their actions.
From zoos to clubs to old-fashioned creepy mansions, there’s a Halloween event for everyone in the District. After dressing up and grabbing your $3 Boorito from Chipotle, here are some places to spend the rest of your Halloween.
If you need a break from the Halloween madness, dance to Smallpools, jazz and The Glitch Mob, munch shish kabobs at a local beer garden or take the Metro to King Street for photography “beyond the print” at Torpedo Factory Art Center instead.
Chocolate Moose, a zany gift shop at 17th and L streets, is full of Halloween items and accessories for that last-minute costume.
The drug reform movement isn’t about taxes, regulation or the number of dispensaries. It is about changing the nation’s concerning narrative about drug users, and ensuring every American has access to high-quality public health services.
Thousands flocked to 17th Street on Tuesday to cheer on the runners of the 28th annual High Heel Race.
Lonely Planet cites the 19 Smithsonian museums, the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination and local development projects, like CityCenterDC and The Yards, as reasons for D.C.'s big draw, providing the gist of the District’s reputation, but missing much of what the “city whose official religion is national politics” has to offer.
Couldn't watch the basketball teams' media day? Both men's head coach Mike Lonergan and women's head coach Jonathan Tsipis spoke to the press about their upcoming seasons.
Junior middle blocker Chidima Osuchukwu's performance on the road this weekend earned her a Co-Player of the Week award, her fifth A-10 weekly award this season.
Halloween preparations can be stressful. So if you're frantically putting the final touches on that costume or stocking up on pumpkin ale, we've at least got your Halloween party tracks covered.
Make the most of your week and check out speakers touring D.C., from "Lord of the Rings" actor Sean Astin to Greek chef Aglaia Kremezi.
This week, we sat down with news editor Mary Ellen McIntire to talk about a graduate student who is hoping a GoFundMe page will help her pay off the more than $4,500 she owes to GW.
Campus Fresh and food truck Captain Cookie and the Milkman will both hold events this week to raise money for the junior who survived a suicide attempt earlier this month.