D.C. issued development permits last week for a construction company to develop a string of GW-owned properties on Pennsylvania Avenue.
September 24, 2015
Stories from the September 24, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The latest newsstand in Foggy Bottom’s main shopping center offers up to 4,000 magazines and newspapers from more than 100 countries, either in stock or available for printing in-store.
Students with appointments at the Colonial Health Center may no longer have to put pen to paper.
Volleyball begins conference play Friday at home against George Mason, setting off an Atlantic 10 season that will culminate in the league’s championship tournament in Foggy Bottom.
The junior believed that her financial aid forms, which were filed in the spring, had been successfully processed by the University.
GW has adjusted or is in the process of officially adjusting its 20-year guide for campus development five times since the University developed the plan with the city in 2007, a GW spokesman confirmed Wednesday.
Landmark Festival-goers will inevitably face some choices regarding the acts they choose to see this weekend. We broke down our favorites for you.
Officials must realize just how much the new Sunday building hours will affect student organizations and restore the Sunday hours of student spaces.
As Alumni Weekend approaches, the University should work to connect international students to international alumni through a mentorship program.
Now that officials are beginning to consider making upgrades to Thurston Hall, there are a few things they should keep in mind.