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April 3, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 26
Stories from the April 3, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Colonials finished fifth in the NCAA Morgantown Regional Saturday and qualified two gymnasts for nationals.
History professors are preparing to manage a website that gives scholars a platform to discuss current events in a historical context.
The Hatchet chose the best food, drinks, people, places and things in our home quadrant of Northwest D.C. Check out our editors’ picks and see how your choices stack up against our favorites.
Faculty said the lower salaries combined with D.C.’s high cost of living make GW less attractive to professors.
The majority of donors to the University’s largest-ever fundraising campaign are alumni, giving 63 percent of gifts.
Washington shares a last name with the nation’s first president, which is fitting because she plays ball like she runs the country.
Bolognesi has gained fame on campus for his slew of firsts on the swimming team — and for how great he looks in a Speedo.
Bonnie Morris, an adjunct professor of women’s studies, has been inspiring minds at GW for more than 20 years.
The Whale Pail is The Hatchet’s pick for the best oversized drink because of students’ camaraderie around the drink.