The Associated Collegiate Press named The GW Hatchet one of the best student newspapers in the country, the ACP announced Tuesday.
District Derp earned The Hatchet’s pick for best legal weed company because of its unique business model.
Experts in maternal mental health said mothers could use the app to screen for symptoms of mental illness like depression.
The Hatchet was honored for its coverage in breaking news, general news, feature writing, video, podcast, data visualization, photography and opinions writing.
A team of researchers compiled an interactive map late last month showing the professionals each state has allowed to distribute COVID-19 vaccines.
The clinic found that patients with initially mild cases of COVID-19 typically have had the most severe long-term symptoms.
Recent events have defined an extraordinary year for GW, with officials now expressing optimism for a return to campus this fall.
The dean of the School of Nursing will leave her position this summer, officials announced Wednesday.
President Joe Biden named a School of Medicine and Health Sciences doctor to be his personal physician, officials announced last week.
Officials attribute a spike in COVID-19 cases to small social events and Greek life activity, a University spokesperson said.