Only South Hall and limited Greek housing will be available to seniors in the fall.
February 11, 2016
Stories from the February 11, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
In reality, GW’s narrative revolves around more than just Capitol Hill and the White House.
For those of us struggling to decide whether leaving home was the right choice, it’s helpful to think of GW and D.C. as a temporary home.
Alexa Huang, a professor of English, is releasing a book that will shed light on the issues of typecasting that minority actors often face.
The Council of Chairs is hoping to engage its inactive members this year through a series of new initiatives.
Procrastination gives us time – time to do what we want to do rather than what is expected of us.
Officials announced the long-awaited autism institute’s inaugural director last week, along with a plan to focus on autism research in adults and women.
Economics professors say they need a little more help, and teaching assistants are feeling the pressure.
Guillermo Orti, a professor of biology, is bringing together five institutions around the globe for a five-year grant to categorize 35,000 species of fish.
For the third season in a row, women’s basketball has hit the 20-win threshold and has entered February with big hopes for the postseason.