Music lovers of all ages are sure to pack the third annual All Things Go Fall Classic at Yards Park this Saturday.
October 6, 2016
Stories from the October 6, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The current policy holds back students who might be capable of succeeding but struggle to recall basic math skills they haven’t used since the eighth grade.
The forensics department and the engineering school are expanding their online options for graduate students this spring with two new courses.
The Title IX office is trying to educate more graduate students on sexual assault prevention by offering a specialized online training course.
Last week the Black Student Union hosted their first-ever panel on the importance of mental health in the black community.
The Residence Hall Association is leading a project this semester that allows residents to design and paint murals in their buildings.
Alpha Chi Omega, Zeta Tau Alpha and Kappa Alpha Theta were chosen as the finalists from the eight national chapters that applied to join GW.
Phi Delta Theta is set recruit the first members for its campus chapter this fall following formal recruitment.
Fewer students were arrested or referred to GW’s disciplinary action office last year for drug violations.
The English department has begun a series of programs this academic year to help connect with more potential English majors, minors and other students.