A series of four seminars the University is starting this month will focus on the future of genetics in modern medicine.
On this week’s episode, listen to The Hatchet’s news team discuss a new report about food insecurity on campus and more.
We have all been forced to down a family member’s greasy and lackluster casserole with a smile on our face. But this Thanksgiving, you can rethink the staple and enjoy a dish with a crunch that goes unmatched.
Proposed changes to federal Title IX guidelines could require GW to alter its policies and eliminate the single-investigator model for sexual assault cases.
Listen to The Hatchet’s sports editor explains allegations that were made against the former athletic director.
Students are investigating the disappearance of bees from their hives atop Lisner Hall – the second year in a row that at least two hives have collapsed.
Officials are working to add more specific language to the University’s discrimination and harassment policies.
On this week’s podcast, two news editors update us on GW’s discrimination and harassment policies and alumni donation goals.
A technical difficulty allowed some students to register for classes before their designated windows.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was admitted to the GW Hospital Thursday morning with three broken ribs.