The Hatchet Blogs
Freshman Sofia Pavon's penalty kick in overtime gave the Colonials a 2-1 overtime victory over La Salle Thursday afternoon.
For Domestic Violence Awareness Month, four dating violence survivors – one alumna and three current students – have opened up about their experiences.
We have already seen the results of centuries of backroom deals with fossil fuel companies, and GW has an obligation to do better.
It took 102 scoreless minutes of play, but senior midfielder Eddie Painter finally lifted men’s soccer to victory with a double-overtime golden goal at Saint Joseph’s Wednesday night.
Customers can dine on empanadas, ropa vieja and alfajores at Sophie's Cuban Cuisine on 19th and M streets.
University President Steven Knapp is one of the District’s 100 most influential leaders, according to a list published Monday from The Washington Business Journal.
GW Hospital has named George Sprinkel as its chief financial officer.
Andrew Sonn, a long-time University administrator, is taking over as the director of the Office of Parent Services, according to a University release.
GW's 10 sororities welcomed their new members during bid day on the National Mall on Wednesday.
GW's 10 sororities welcomed their new members Tuesday evening on the National Mall.
Darnell Rogers, son of George Washington Hall of Fame guard and 1999 Atlantic 10 Player of the Year Shawnta Rogers, has committed to play for the Colonials.
Cross country's Ryan Tucker and Macaulay Porter both took home conference honors, the Atlantic 10 announced Tuesday.
Fresh off his first career multi-goal performance last Saturday, sophomore forward Christian Lawal earned Atlantic 10 Player of the Week honors, the league announced Monday.
Volleyball showed off its strengths this weekend against VCU and Davidson to start the conference season 3-0.
I believe that many do not understand research faculty’s commitment to the academic mission of the University.
I am a survivor of rape, and I am ready to change the trigger warning dialogue about survivors to a dialogue with survivors.
On Saturday, national autism advocacy organization Autism Speaks hosted their 15th annual "Walk Now for Autism Speaks" on the National Mall.
Katherine Boo, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and investigative journalist, talked with members of GW’s Women’s Leadership Program on Thursday night.
Women’s soccer, which blanked Saint Joseph’s 2-0 in its Atlantic 10 opener Thursday afternoon, has gone more than 380 minutes without conceding a goal.
Delta Gamma's national organization to close its GW chapter on Sept. 30, two days before Panhellenic Association recruitment begins.
When it comes to strengthening international affairs education, Reuben E. Brigety II is starting with the man in the mirror at his new task at hand – leading the Elliott School of International Affairs.
A serial killer who was convicted of murdering two former GW students in the 1980s is scheduled for execution by the state of Virginia Thursday eventing.