This year, the University is testing out new LED light bulbs in one room in Amsterdam Hall and closely monitoring energy savings by using them.
February 29, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 23
Stories from the February 29, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Next month, the fence around Western Presbyterian Church on Virginia Avenue will be canvassed with 210 t-shirts, each with the name of someone who fell to gun violence in the D.C. metropolitan area last year.
Johnny Rockets rocketed out of their lease in The Shops at 2000 Penn this month, a University spokesperson confirmed Friday.
With more students from abroad in GW’s business school, students and administrators are looking for better ways to make sure international graduates can land jobs in the U.S.
Take a moment to consider the last time you learned anything about fire prevention and safety.
GW should reaffirm its commitment to providing students with real world experience by eliminating those extra charges.
Ten students and alumni are traveling on Fulbright grants this year, placing the University among the top Fulbright-producing institutions.
A sophomore represented the Foggy Bottom community in a meeting about unlimited Metro passes for GW students.
GW representatives met with Kuwaiti government officials to establish an understanding to admit students from Kuwait and exchange faculty.
For some students, stand-up comedy isn’t just what they watch on Netflix – it’s what they do in between going to class and studying.