I haven’t paid the price for being a woman in this world, and that somehow prevents me from understanding exactly what I should be fighting for.
February 25, 2016
Stories from the February 25, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
If I were able to work with professionals in my chosen field while at GW, I would have fewer headaches and meltdowns over what I’m going to do with my life.
There have been more campus weapons violations in the first two months of 2016 than in all of last year, according to GW’s crime log.
Okster, 56, taught freshmen in an honors program course, Origins and Evolution of Modern Thought, even after he was diagnosed and undergoing treatment.
Words have consequences, and every time I read one of Scalia’s homophobic comments, I am reminded of how unnecessarily difficult it was to grow up gay.
While planning for the University’s newest institute is still in early stages, involved faculty say it will expand the school’s Africa-related curriculum.
The number of grants researchers have received from the Department of Health and Human Services from NIH has doubled in the past five years.
The capital markets program, aimed at teaching government officials from developing countries how to advance their economies, will start in the business school this August.
If you had to choose between immortal fame and your true calling, which one would you pick?
This new addition to the Adams Morgan food scene isn’t following the herd.