It’s not surprising that economic diversity is lacking at GW – but students should still try to change our stereotype as a school just for rich kids.
February 6, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 20
Stories from the February 6, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Communicating scientific findings to the public is important – and that’s why I intend to fight for my chosen career field regardless of who the president is.
Renovations to the Marvin Center, GW’s student center on campus, have been planned for five years and began last month.
An individual, not affiliated with the University, reported to UPD that an unknown individual pretending to be a GW student defrauded $30 from him.
Previously, the app pinpointed the location of a student on campus at the moment he or she pressed the button and could not follow the phone as the user moved.
David “Macca” Macpherson, a decorated 19-year pro tennis player, said he was ready to try something new, which led him to GW.
Every time a humanities researcher applies for a grant, they’ll get $1,000 from the Office of the Vice President for Research.
There will be an open house for a faculty lounge coming to Gelman Library alongside the Instructional Technology Lab.
The department will continue its operations and respect students’ First Amendment rights, but will make changes to their policy on protesters if needed.
With hundreds of Instagram accounts in your feed, some of the faces behind “famous” food accounts may be sitting next to you in class.