A trade agreement that does not address discrepancies in competition rules is not worth the paper it is written on.
February 2, 2017
Stories from the February 2, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
GW faculty are among the 14,800 university administrators, faculty and staff members who have signed a petition condemning President Trump’s executive order.
Frank Sesno will take a group of students interested in sustainability to the Brazilian rainforest this June for a “biodiversity storytelling expedition.”
After its opening right before inauguration weekend, D.C.’s first micro-hotel Hotel Hive is getting used to regular D.C. traffic.
Faculty working with the program said it will bring law scholars, students and the public together for discussion about the intersection of law and technology.
I assumed that all Trump supporters were the caricatures I’ve seen on TV. But President Donald Trump’s swearing-in ceremony gave me a new perspective.
Between Phillips Hall and Rome Hall during the past week you may have strolled by the giant American flag or portrait of Donald Trump in the window.
Mary Cheh of Ward 3 sent a letter to MPD’s Interim Police Chief Peter Newsham to argue for the creation of a liaison unit for Muslims.
Researchers said they are dependent on federal funding to do their research and will need to explore other grant resources if there are cutbacks.