A GW Hospital doctor is suing the University for discriminating and retaliating against her and eventually firing her because she has cancer.
September 1, 2016
Stories from the September 1, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
This year’s coordinators want GW’s seniors to become the University’s most loyal class by giving back and continuing to give long after they graduate.
Undergraduate and graduate students from programs across GW and other universities in a class called “The Olympic Experience” traveled to Brazil to learn first-hand what goes into putting on the Olympic games.
A new study claims that GW could support more low-income students if officials spent at least 5 percent of its financial nest egg every year.
The GW Health Workforce Institute has doubled their completed research projects and continues to expand their membership.
This fall, volleyball looks to kickstart its season with the help of nine letter winners and a fervid determination to walk away from the A-10 Tournament as champions.
No matter the root of your ailments, here are some dos and don’ts to survive the first week of classes.
Whether you’re still exploring campus as a freshman or you have seen it all as a senior, there are plenty of reasons to experience other parts of D.C.
In a city it can be hard to do traditional autumn activities. Here are the best ways to experience fall in D.C. so you don’t let it pass you by.
Are you looking for some fun free activities to keep you busy during Labor Day weekend?