Every stereotyped Asian role simplifies our culture. It’s time we talk about whitewashing and move passed the stereotypes.
May 9, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 1
Stories from the May 9, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Deferring formal Greek recruitment and adding more chapters will keep the Greek population at one-third of the population, while heeding student interest.
In search of its first-ever Atlantic 10 title, GW softball returns to the postseason this week after a three-year playoff drought.
Last weekend in the Bronx, John Flaherty was busy with work on the Yankees-Sox series when his current career collided with his former one on GW baseball.
Not many students spend nine consecutive years at GW, but Julia Haigney did – and now she gets to say goodbye with grandeur.
Dean Zacharias, a senior and the mastermind behind Proper Kid Problems, said the brand will mature as he moves on to a new era in his life.
The University is testing a new smartphone application that will unlock rooms in residence halls where students use GWorld to enter their rooms.
Before you can turn your tassels, you are going to have to survive this weekend. Here are a few tips to make it through.
Officials and student leaders are considering adding a food bank on campus to combat food insecurity, which experts say is an issue amid rising tuition.
I spent almost four years in a major to make others happy. To any undergraduates facing the same pressures I did, it’s never too late to choose a new path.