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March 9, 2017
Stories from the March 9, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The price jump from freshman year housing to upperclassmen housing makes GW unaffordable for some students.
If you’ve decided to stay in the District for spring break you can still snag tickets to see Ali Wong, Migos and a weekend-long film festival.
Everyone gets sick once in a while, and it’s not OK to place the undue burden of getting official documentation on sick students.
The University’s human resources department is offering new mental health programs for faculty and staff.
Four months since D.C. residents voted for statehood, a Republican Congress stands in the way, prompting supporters to look nationally.
The 16 members of the FoBoZero affinity in District House will attempt to live waste-free in their second year.
A student and her parents are considering suing the University after pigeons were living in the student’s room’s vents.
Students discussed President Emeritus Cloyd Heck Marvin’s mixed past during a town hall forum on renaming the campus center.
A GW senior and recent graduate played a stripped down set with just two guitars and their vocal cords when they opened for country newcomer Brett Young.