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Licensed handgun owners can now take their weapons outside of their homes after a federal judge ruled a D.C. law banning guns in public unconstitutional.
More than 22,000 donors gave to GW, increasing the University’s donor pool by about 15 percent from the previous year, for a total of $13.5 million in annual gifts.
The last week of July is upon us and there's only a month until life at GW is filled with early-morning Deli runs and long lines at Gelbucks again.
When three Israeli teenagers were kidnapped and murdered last month in the West Bank, Israeli troops clamped down on the Palestinian territory.
After a five-year wait, the Silver Line made its first trips out of Virginia and into D.C. on Saturday.
It's the last weekend of July. We can't believe it either.
The GW Law School is bringing in more applications than most other law schools in the country, even as interest in legal education nationwide continues to fall.
The Washington Kastles finished their home matches in the Smith Center with a win Thursday that will send them to the Mylan World TeamTennis Finals.
GW’s debt will total an all-time high of $1.7 billion after officials announced last week that they will issue $300 million in bonds to cover construction projects across campus and refinance existing debt.
Two intersections near campus are considered some of the most dangerous in the city.
Fans at the Smith Center had two reasons to be excited Tuesday night: not only did the Washington Kastles defeat the Springfield Lasers 4-1, but First Lady Michelle Obama was there to cheer on the home team.
Mitt Romney may have lost his presidential bid in 2012, but now his campaign manager will get to teach budding GW politicos what he's learned from the defeat.
The concept behind Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” is one-of-a-kind: a movie that follows a boy from age six to 18, filmed with the same actors over 12 years.
When students return to campus this fall, they will connect their laptops, tablets and smartphones to a new wireless network.
The debates between Israelis and Palestinians are much the same. What is lost in these bitter exchanges is what the conflict is really about. It’s about two peoples who claim the same land on the basis of two very different national narratives.
DeMarco, with his new indie-pop album “Salad Days,” played the last show of his U.S. tour Saturday night at the 9:30 Club.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Surya Greer.
Ryan Shucard, a former student, was released from police custody Saturday after pleading not guilty to bringing a felony weapon charge.
Summer may be winding down, but that doesn't mean you have to follow suit. Keep your week alive with some concerts, comedy and films.
A D.C. Superior Court judge will rule Monday whether an advocacy group can intervene in the University's deal to acquire the Corcoran College of Art + Design.