It’s the people, the laughs and the memories that have made my three semesters at The Hatchet more than commas.
Jason Kander, the former Missouri secretary of state talked about his work for Let America Vote, a voting rights organization, to a nearly-full audience in the Betts Theater Tuesday.
Former SA President Erika Feinman presented the Board with a list of recommendations detailing how to add a student to the University’s highest governing body.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science celebrated its 135th year and this year’s graduates in the Smith Center Friday night.
D.C. Public Schools decided to withdraw their previous funding commitments for the new Ivymount School for special education.
Constitution Week will feature a series of events designed to bridge the partisan divide on campus by celebrating the U.S. Constitution.
Junior Cole Ettingoff’s plans include creating a streamlined complaint system for students, faculty and staff and renovating Thurston Hall.
Wages were cut by more than $4 an hour for students working for GW this summer. However, officials said that the number of applications has remained consistent.
Two of the building’s six vendors are set to open in the coming weeks, but others won’t be ready until next semester.
Oliver Street, the executive director of enrollment retention, is measuring retention holistically, rather than relying solely on numerical data.