Officials said the University’s roughly $1.7 billion debt will drop by roughly $160 million by fall.
April 10, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 27
Stories from the April 10, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
There are two places at GW that I’m almost certain are haunted. One of them is The Hatchet townhouse.
Graduate student Tyler Cavanaugh, redshirt senior Matt Hart and redshirt junior Jaren Sina are planning on continuing their basketball careers after GW.
An important news value is timeliness. For me, The Hatchet was timely in more ways than one.
Positions designed to work with sexual assault survivors on campus have seen frequent turnover with little information from the University.
The first time I walked into Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe, I was certain I had discovered El Dorado.
Even as officials admit more students to GW, experts say fewer are expected to end up at the University in the fall.
In the last three years, the office has seen a surging number of students registering for accommodations related to mental and chronic health conditions.
SA Executive Vice President Thomas Falcigno said that although decisions about how to fill the spot are still being made, there are three options under consideration.