GW Hospital, along with 185 other hospitals across the country, is suing the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
April 7, 2016
Stories from the April 7, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Most student organizations will at least initially receive less funding than in the past after the SA decided to offer more money throughout the year.
We rarely argue with each other in any substantial way – through facts, evidence and well-supported claims.
If you take a look at the course selection, you’ll notice that no matter what type of exercise interests you, there’s an LSPA class for it.
The dean of the School of Nursing and three students lobbied for legislative action on issues affecting nursing and health care on Capitol Hill last month.
Robert Keimowitz always prioritized his students and made time for patients under any circumstance, his former colleagues and family members said.
A former UPD officer is suing GW for racial discrimination after they refused to rehire him after he was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.
Students moved out of a room in Francis Scott Key Hall after they claimed they saw a rat in the room.
At the NCAA Championship last month, junior swimmer Andrea Bolognesi became the first All-American in men’s swimming and diving program history.
The senate passed six bills at its meeting this week, all focused on reforming bylaws that were outdated or confusing, including the attendance policy.