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 20, 2014
Stories from the November 20, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet.
After a highly successful year, the Colonials will still have to knock off top competition and look out for spoilers, who have hurt them in the past. Here’s a look at the team going into the tournament, as well as its potential path to a championship title.
The amount GW gives in merit-based scholarships has increased about 37 percent since 2010, representing a slice of the financial aid pool that has swelled each year to help officials lure higher-achieving students to campus.
The Interfraternity Council has narrowed down its list of potential fraternities to join campus next fall to three: Alpha Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Phi and Phi Gamma Delta.
A Gelman Library technology and geographic information systems specialist is looking to bring resources to D.C.’s homeless with mapping technology that locates high-traffic areas.
The University announced an exchange program with a Turkish university this week, which will let students study in Istanbul for up to one year.
Since their first show together last February, the alternative rock band has landed five sets at venues like the Black Cat and Rock & Roll Hotel.
The South Asian Society’s 14th annual “Raas Chaos” on Saturday will celebrate the cultural and social aspects of Indian dance, bringing national teams to Lisner Auditorium.
After waiting nearly a decade for the concept of the Science and Engineering Hall to turn into reality, it’s almost time to cut the ribbon. That leaves just one more task: moving all six engineering departments and faculty from other schools, along with two-thirds of the labs across campus, into their new home.
Bioengineer Lijie Grace Zhang is using three-dimensional printers to create tissue that replaces damaged parts of the human body, in a laboratory right on campus.