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October 15, 2015
Stories from the October 15, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A woman is suing the University for personal injuries she allegedly sustained from falling off a riser at the Mount Vernon Campus’ black box theater almost three years ago.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences will now offer a new doctoral degree in translational health sciences.
After winning two of three heading into their A-10 season-opener, the Colonials have a perfect 3–0 record against conference foes.
The Colonials two biggest potential threats in the A-10 tournament, Dayton and Saint Louis, both learned what victory in the Smith Center feels like because GW could get, but not sustain runs or momentum last weekend.
Mannebach’s resignation leaves a third undergraduate-at-large seat open, in addition to four graduate-at-large positions.
Parents’ weekend doesn’t come with an instruction manual, but our guide can help – from brunch to museums, here’s how you can fill a whole weekend with your folks.
Singer and songwriter Garrett Borns, better known by his stage name BØRNS, will be performing in D.C. at the Rock & Roll Hotel on Thursday.
The number of students referred for disciplinary action for drug and alcohol violations dropped by almost half last year, compared to data from the year before.
The GW community – including students, faculty and University officials – should do more to help students just returning from a temporary withdrawal.