International students study and live in this country – taking an American politics class helps us learn more about our temporary home.
March 6, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 24
Stories from the March 6, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Budget cuts have affected departments all across GW, but this specific cut will affect some students’ ability to work at GW.
Men’s basketball finished its regular season 18–13 after a win Saturday and enters the Atlantic 10 Championship this weekend as a No. 6 seed.
At an album release party last month, Alec Baldwin said it best – Neal Barnard is Eddie Van Halen with a medical degree.
Following an early exit from the A-10 Championship last Friday, the fate of women’s basketball’s postseason rests in the hands of the NCAA selection committee.
Lon Phan kite landboards, a sport that involves the use of a mountainboard and a kite, on the National Mall.
GW’s current endowment investment structure might cost the University more money than the returns it yields.
MHS clinicians hosted a new program at MSSC last month where LGBTQ students and allies could access confidential consultation services.
A sophomore Student Association senator from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is running for executive vice president.
Junior Cole Ettingoff’s plans include creating a streamlined complaint system for students, faculty and staff and renovating Thurston Hall.