We often hear that GW is a “diverse” school. To me, “diverse” implies a mix of people from all types of backgrounds and cultures with a myriad of views all coming to one school to learn together. But diverse doesn’t always go hand-in-hand with “open-minded.” Time and time again, I’ve noticed that whenever a student […]
February 4, 2016
Stories from the February 4, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A GW professor was named the first recipient of a prize for whoever had the best answer to one of a series of unsolved math problems.
Foxhall residents said the neighborhood program had difficulty launching because of a lack of support from GW’s administration.
D.C. business leaders are concerned about how much they would have to shell out for an extensive paid family leave program.
When the Uber first dropped my friend and me off at Crisp Kitchen and Bar, located near Howard University, we couldn’t even find the restaurant.
Zeta Beta Tau’s national organization is due to turn in a signed lease by Monday, its chapter president said.
Officials recently expanded the responsibilities of the admissions office to not just track why students enroll at GW but why they might leave.
GW’s alcohol education office is focusing more on overall health, rather than just drugs and alcohol.
The Colonials have gone 2-2 in their last four games and all four have been close, and head coach Mike Lonergan is looking for sharper focus.
Being both religious and inquisitive has made me a paradox of myself. But after a few life crises, I’m finally okay with that.