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Alpha Phi raises $3,000 in honor of 'kind-hearted' sister battling Hodgkin's lymphoma

by Eva Palmer | Assistant News Editor

Sorority sisters have rallied around Zoe Alves, dedicating their spring philanthropy event to her and receiving support from both social and multicultural Greek chapters.

Graduate student, U.S. Marine to speak at Commencement

by Vaidehi Patel | Hatchet Reporter

Richard Ruiz said his goal is to give the about 25,000 attending the May 17 ceremony on the National Mall a speech that reminds them of the importance of imagination when trying to create change.

Business school forms Korean Management Institute to boost research, connections

by Lila Weatherly | Hatchet Staff Writer

The institute will look to increase the school’s research portfolio and build alumni connections in a region that officials have pinpointed as a top priority.

Public health school commits to White House pledge on climate change, health education

by Ryan Lasker | Contributing News Editor

The Milken Institute School of Public Health was one of 30 public health and nursing schools to sign onto a White House campaign.

With launch of presidential campaign, students recall build up to Clinton announcement

by Brandon Campbell | Hatchet Staff Writer

Dozens of GW students, faculty and alumni supported Ready for Hillary over its two-year run.

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by Ryan Lasker | Contributing News Editor

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Two-day fundraising blitz targets current students, young alumni

by Avery Anapol | Hatchet Staff Writer

It marked the latest push in a series of fundraising efforts this year — but was the first ever highly public appeal to ask students from all grades to give while still paying tuition.

Visualized: A shiny, new Metro

by Anna McGarrigle | Senior Designer

Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Senior Designer