If you pull into an Arlington Metro station and follow the smell of coffee, you may find a humble coffee cart on wheels.
February 27, 2017
Stories from the February 27, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Family and colleagues say James Oliver Horton will be remembered for pushing boundaries and fighting to keeping African American history intact.
Women’s basketball (20-8, 13-3 A-10) will head to Richmond, Va. this weekend as the No. 2 seed in the Atlantic 10 conference tournament.
Road congestion and travel unreliability put Foggy Bottom on the map as the only neighborhood focus area that needs major improvements.
Fundraising officials in the business school are on the search for a new leader to help them reach their $75 million fundraising goal.
GW researchers are building sensors that will be placed on campus and along parts of Pennsylvania Avenue downtown to track air pollution and traffic data.
The environmental resource policy program will fold into the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration this fall.
GW’s education school hosted a one-day seminar for 26 primary and secondary teachers from Uruguay on U.S. teaching methods earlier this month.
Wages were cut by more than $4 an hour for students working for GW this summer. However, officials said that the number of applications has remained consistent.
Sydney Nelson said she will focus her campaign on student affordability, proposing policies to limit costs like textbooks and transportation.