Learning to use social media in a professional way will help students be prepared to enter the workforce.
February 13, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 21
Stories from the February 13, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW should put more emphasis on part-time jobs and other responsibilities applicants take on in high school.
The statute of limitations for sex-related crimes can have a profound effect on survivors. It’s time to give survivors peace of mind.
A licensed marriage and family therapist and private relationship coach talked about date ideas and how to date in college.
Patrick Burke plans to involve the community in Metropolitan Police Department decisions, support MPD programs and develop youth interest in public safety.
The council made the decision after a vote among chapter leaders following a recommendation from the national conference to limit primary recruitment.
Now in his fifth year at the helm of the baseball program, head coach Gregg Ritchie’s first GW recruiting class kicks off its final season next weekend.
Dinner and a movie is a tired date night combination. Check out creative date ideas that are sure to help you woo that special someone.
A year after the leader of Mental Health Services resigned, there are no updates on the search for an executive director of the Colonial Health Center.
Brackney approved of the concept of adding a board last spring, but the SA has not presented specific plans to her yet.