For students from more rural areas, or with financial responsibilities, taking on an internship isn’t feasible – and that’s OK.
January 26, 2017
Stories from the January 26, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
I’ve been told that my passion for women’s rights wouldn’t get me far and didn’t make sense – the Women’s March proved my critics otherwise.
Kick off this weekend with a night of dancing then relax for the rest of the weekend with a show at the theater and a museum visit.ng.
This week, play a politically inspired song about “impending doom” and new moody hits from both the hip hop and indie pop genres on repeat.
D.C. businesses are working to address the issue of public harassment through street exhibits and a bar training program.
After years managing the University of Miami’s budget and finances, GW’s incoming president will be met with a smaller budget and a higher dependency on students’ tuition dollars when he arrives on campus in August.
The legislation, proposed by Ward 3 Council member Mary Cheh, would end the current time limit on prosecuting cases of sexual assault.
Men’s basketball (11-9, 3-4 A-10) marched to a 19-point victory at George Mason Wednesday night, scoring its largest point-total of the season.
Enrollment at GW’s youngest school has more than doubled since 2012, the dean of the school said this month.
Women’s basketball hits the road to face the Atlantic 10 preseason favorite Saint Louis Billikens – owners of the best overall record in the conference.