The Hatchet Blogs
Freshman center Collin Smith's final-second three-pointer handed men's basketball (5-3) an electrifying, 68-67 comeback victory over USF Saturday afternoon.
Women's basketball (6-2, 1-0 A-10) roared back against the VCU Rams (4-4, 0-1 A-10) Friday to capture its first Atlantic 10 conference win of the season.
Sara Goldrick-Rab, an alumna and professor of higher education policy and sociology at Temple University, spoke about college affordability Thursday night.
President Barack Obama lit his last tree at the 94th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting.
After a strong showing at the Gulf Coast Showcase last week, the Colonials return to the Smith Center Friday for their first Atlantic 10 conference game of the season.
Shadow Room, a K Street nightclub that was the target of neighborhood groups for years, has shut its doors.
Fig & Olive is known for serving up Mediterranean style food with flair.
Three GW alumnae teach me to be brave, proactive and hardworking – and they should inspire other young women at GW too.
SMPA hosted a conversation with senators Tuesday evening to discuss the aftermath of the election and the uncertainties of a Trump administration.
University officials said they plan to encourage more dialogue on campus surrounding the election results after a town hall on campus climate Tuesday.
Without its second-leading scorer, men’s basketball came away with a 77–74 victory at Harvard Tuesday night to snap a three-game skid.
The families did not file paperwork showing a proof of service to GW within 60 days of filing the complaint.
GW researchers earned a $2.2 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to study the impact of ancient viruses in certain cancers for patients with HIV, according to a University release.
The District will most likely take a leap toward 11 weeks of family paid leave, which would be the longest paid leave offered in the nation.
GDub Java's empty space on the ground floor of Duques Hall will be replaced by a crepe shop in January.
After handling Florida Gulf Coast on Saturday, the Colonials defeated a tougher Western Kentucky team, 68–49 on Sunday afternoon.
The Colonials (3-3) dropped their third consecutive game to Penn State (4-3), 74–68, after leading by 10 points in the first half.
Women’s basketball cruised to a 76-47 rout of Florida Gulf Coast in the consolation semifinal game of the Gulf Coast Showcase Saturday.
In its first game against a nationally ranked opponent this season, women’s basketball (3-2) was unable to complete a furious comeback against No. 11/18 Syracuse (4-1), losing 74-71 on the opening night of the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla.