Public health faculty shifted focus to Ebola this fall as professors fielded more requests from the media and looked to address structural issues in West Africa.
November 17, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 18
Stories from the November 17, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Citizen Burger Bar, the self-proclaimed “people’s burger bar,” isn’t just embracing its patriotic reputation: It’s crafted a menu around it.
On a night when their opponent was missing their most commanding inside player, it was the Colonials’ backcourt that drove the team to a 17-point victory.
In a community that is constantly pressuring students to go overseas, we aren’t always informed about the negatives. I’ve come to realize that we only get a few years at GW, and this is not the time to leave.
Monday, Nov. 17 Straight Talk from the Streets: Addressing Homelessness in Washington, D.C. Listen to songs, poems and monologues from members of StreetSense, followed by a panel on D.C. homelessness led by Greg Squires, chair of the sociology department. 7 p.m. Marvin Center Amphitheatre Wednesday, Nov. 19 Bill Nye: Why Evolution is Undeniable Join renowned […]
Cheryl Beil, associate provost for academic planning and assessment, said Judy Arkes spent her 38 years at the University acquiring an “incredible amount” of knowledge of her department.
Chase played her first minutes of regular season competition since her sophomore year Friday in GW’s season opener, a little over a week after she revealed that the “personal medical condition” listed on the roster last year had been a concussion.
Nearly 50 students clad in superhero costumes crowded the Georgetown C&O Canal towpath Saturday morning, where they ran a 5K in support of a nonprofit that aims to empower women in Uganda.
I know at this point you’re “so over” me, but before you go home for Thanksgiving then dive into finals, I just wanted to drop you a line. I would be remiss to pack up and make room for Second Semester without reflecting on our time together.
Thefts on the block, which includes the Medical Faculty Associates building and GW’s new campus apparel store, Buff and Blue on Penn, have increased 57 percent in the last year.