The Hatchet news team talks about what to expect at the SA meeting Monday night, which will address calls to divest for the second year in a row.
A junior was awarded $50,000 for her company working to develop products that can detect date rape drugs.
Part-time mental health care will soon expand to the Virginia Science and Technology Campus following a lobbying effort by nursing school faculty and students.
The campus climate survey on unwanted sexual behavior is now accessible to all students in an effort to identify the scope of sexual misconduct on campus.
Our news team talks about GW ending its contract with International Limousine Service and the plan for the new $795 million bond.
The study found that people who eat at restaurants more often than eating a home-cooked meal are at greater risk of ingesting synthetic chemicals.
Hatchet editors talk about administrative departures, admitted student days, the best spots in Northwest D.C. and a musically talented baseball player.
This week on a special episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” Hatchet news editors and editorial board discuss the upcoming Student Association election and referendums.
O’Malley spoke to more than 50 students about the changing Democratic Party platform and his role in campaigning for Democratic candidates in special elections.
A professor in the medical school received $10 million from the National Institutes of Health to develop an information database on genetics.