It isn’t necessarily the case that GW is simply unwilling to lower tuition. In fact, the University cannot lower tuition right now.
January 25, 2016
Stories from the January 25, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Alumnus Ramzi Fawaz has loved comics since he read his first X-Men comic as a teenager and finally identified with a piece of pop culture.
Vandalism Dakota Hall 1/13/16 – 8:25 a.m. Open case University Police Department officers on patrol saw the front door of Dakota Hall was shattered. – Ongoing investigation Liquor Law Violation and Disorderly Conduct 2300 H Street NW 1/15/16 – 2:28 a.m. Case closed UPD officers responded to the report of a disorderly male student arguing […]
While it may seem like you have to satisfy friends and family by following a certain major or career path, pursuing a passion is equally significant.
A student leader wants to create a student group that will critique and provide suggestions for the University Police Department.
Coming to college signifies the beginning of one’s professional life. For me, that reality came when I made my own business cards.
David Falk, who graduated from the school in 1975, announced the Falk Academy of Management and Entrepreneurship during an event last week.
The Innovation Task Force – GW’s signature cost-saving and cost-cutting program – has no plans to meet or introduce new ideas.
Mustafa Koç, a Turkish billionaire and prominent alumnus, died from a heart attack at the age of 55 on Thursday.
A former research fund has been shut down and will be replaced by a new one with differing requirements, officials confirmed last week.