The University should look to students to find out the best way to build community on campus.
February 18, 2016
Stories from the February 18, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
In order to make the Marvin Center more like a traditional student union, the University needs to make it a fun to unwind after a long day of classes.
Thomas Falcigno, a junior, will run on a platform that includes a grade forgiveness program across schools.
The Corcoran should officially merge with the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences by the start of fiscal year 2017, the school’s first director said.
A GW senior received an award from the U.S. Navy for her accomplishments in researching military strategy.
The Dean’s Scholars program, an undergraduate cross-disciplinary program, for will close after this year.
The Computational Biology institute has proposed two educational degrees to prepare students for the growing technology workforce in Virginia.
D.C.’s non-voting member of Congress is calling to create incentives for D.C. federal prisoners if they participate in programs to keep them from returning to jail.
Members of GW’s anthropology department are taking a closer look at interactions after a former department chair allegedly sexually assaulted a researcher.
The A-10 preseason poll placed GW at fifth. It’s their highest ranking in recent years, but not the goal of the team, which starts its season Feb. 19.