Officials must realize just how much the new Sunday building hours will affect student organizations and restore the Sunday hours of student spaces.
September 21, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 7
Stories from the September 21, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As Alumni Weekend approaches, the University should work to connect international students to international alumni through a mentorship program.
Unlawful Entry/Threats/Liquor Law Violation 600 Block of 23rd Street 9/08/15 – 7:30 a.m. Case closed A UPD officer on patrol saw a woman consuming an alcoholic beverage in front of Shenkman Hall. The woman had been previously barred from campus and threatened responders. She was transported to GW Hospital for treatment by EMeRG. – Subject […]
This year, GW was ranked No. 151 out of 179 economically diverse universities.
City officials are preparing for Pope Francis’s three-day visit this week.
Faculty from six different schools are coming together to remix the health workforce structure.
Now that officials are beginning to consider making upgrades to Thurston Hall, there are a few things they should keep in mind.
The Center for Career Services is making an effort to engage students who are graduating early.
Alumna Julie Kern turned her passion for travel into a business when they launched their online travel magazine, Wanderlove, in July.
Serving authentic Turkish cuisine, Ankara is adding a new taste to Dupont Circle’s tremendous sampling of world flavors.