The business school will offer an undergraduate concentration in real estate for business majors this fall.
March 27, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 24
Stories from the March 27, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Faculty are wary of cuts to health science and humanities research funding after President Trump released his first federal budget blueprint last Thursday.
This year’s referendums won’t impact students’ lives, but they are small changes that positively impact the SA’s structure.
University leaders say they are still on track to reach a goal of one-fifth “real” food by 2020 by asking vendors to use local and sustainable food.
Because of her experience and attention to students’ needs, The Hatchet’s Editorial Board endorses Lande Watson for SA President.
Sydney Nelson’s actionable platform and impressive research are why The Hatchet’s Editorial Board endorses Sydney Nelson for SA executive vice president.
A Starbucks employee reported to UPD that a customer entered the store and made an angry gesture and overt threats toward her.
Men’s swimming senior Andrea Bolognesi nabbed All-America status for the second straight year.
The restaurant’s airy layout makes for an open and inviting atmosphere, from the picnic-style benches to the open kitchen.
Wade will play the titular role in a MainStage production of William Shakespeare’s “King Lear” to top off his 40 years as a GW professor.