The GW Hospital was one of 32 medical centers that filed lawsuits against the Department of Health and Human Services last week, claiming they were shortchanged a total of nearly $12 million in Medicare reimbursement funds. The hospitals assert that the Department of Health and Human Services incorrectly calculated how it doles out Social Security […]
January 28, 2013
Volume 109, Issue 36
Stories from the January 28, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Retreating off campus takes effort: We’re in college and on a budget, with little time to spare between classes, jobs and internships. But sometimes you need an afternoon away from business suits and internship hunts.
Monday Kalb Report Listen to the four moderators of the 2012 general election debates discuss the impact of these debates on the election and Americandemocracy as a whole. National Press Club – 8 to 10 p.m. Tuesday Out of Time: An American Crisis Hear a discussion on bipartisanship with former senators, governors and CEOs, including […]
The Colonials’ relentless style of basketball may give the team a chance to make up ground in the A-10 standings.
The University is making moves toward launching its first set of massive open online courses.
To understand GW’s dominance on the squash court this weekend, just look at their opponents’ totals: Not a single Colonial foe won a match. The women’s team commanded the court against No. 30 Johns Hopkins and No. 31 Bucknell. Anna Gabriela Porras, a freshman from Bogota, Colombia, led the team as the Colonials’ No. 1 […]
The Colonials had three reasons to enter the pool against George Mason with a little extra edge Saturday: It was their last dual meet of the regular season, they were coming off an impressive victory over Georgetown and it was Senior Day for a few of GW’s athletes. Cheering fans and families filled the Smith […]