For the first time, the Office of the Registrar will not provide doctoral hoods free of charge to doctoral graduates.
April 21, 2016
Stories from the April 21, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Residence Hall Association will stock every common room with furniture this summer with the goal of eventually installing a common space in every hall.
The business school’s financial literacy center is giving a voice to the wallets of Washingtonians.
After an expensive facelift, a former off-campus fraternity townhouse on 900 24th St. NW has become the millennial dream home.
GW stopped allowing members of the Foggy Bottom Association who don’t live in the two closest zip codes to campus into Gelman Library.
At least three GW students were arrested last weekend on Capitol Hill during the weeklong “Democracy Spring” protest.
Elliott students already take three semesters of economics, and a research methods course. The additional math requirement makes this major too math-heavy.
Christopher Sterling, an associate dean in the Columbian School of Arts and Sciences and professor emeritus of media and public relations, will retire on July 1.
When I got hired as The Hatchet’s sports editor, I knew what I was signing up for. What I didn’t know, though, was why I was signing up for it.
Looking back on my time at The Hatchet, I think I finally understand what it means to grow up, and to grow as a person.