Music lovers of all ages are sure to pack the third annual All Things Go Fall Classic at Yards Park this Saturday.
October 3, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 9
Stories from the October 3, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The 2014 and 2015 climate survey results are incomparable. And university officials need to fill in the blanks.
A tax or a price tag that treats menstruation as a luxury rather than as necessity is restrictive and harmful to those who need these hygienic products.
Opening a pantry demonstrates that officials are aware that some students have a hard time making ends meet – for short or for long periods of time.
Though international students can’t vote, they are finding other ways to get involved in the presidential election.
Thor Arne Höfs is not a Marvel hero, but his abilities minding the net for men’s soccer this season have been nothing short of super.
Renovations to Corcoran Hall will overhaul an aging building for physics department, physics faculty said.
With District House food vendors remaining unopened, more food trucks are coming to H Street and attracting more students than last semester.
Crowds gathered on K Street between Wisconsin Avenue and Thomas Jefferson Street for Taste of Georgetown, a festival that showcased 30 of the neighborhood’s best restaurants.
GW Veterans officially have a dedicated space to study, access resources and socialize together on campus.