Officials want to increase the population of in-town officers in the MPD by providing funding for housing within the city.
April 13, 2017
Stories from the April 13, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Constitution Week will feature a series of events designed to bridge the partisan divide on campus by celebrating the U.S. Constitution.
Four new seminar-style courses with a focus on research will be available this fall to sophomores in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.
Every student is different and deserves to be seen as an individual, instead of characterized by the school they are enrolled in.
GW needs to put a greater emphasis on learning, not grades, and written feedback on tests would be a step in the right direction.
Divestment and boycotts eliminate opportunities for dialogue between well-meaning people who are willing to put their differences aside.
District House, which opened in August, has amassed the second highest number of reported crimes in residence halls.
Ease your way into the weekend with a mellow concert, then finish it off with an adrenaline-pumping 5K run.
Officials don’t know what is causing the smell of sewage on the sixth floor of Phillips Hall that has persisted for several weeks.
Taqueria del Barrio, a new Mexican restaurant in Petworth, is serving up savory tacos and authentic empanadas.