The SA awarded about $1.3 million to student groups in next year’s budget, about $300,000 more than last year.
April 24, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 29
Stories from the April 24, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
First-year graduate student and Air Force veteran Adam Popp ran the Boston Marathon alongside tens of thousands of runners last week.
There was always a story to edit, a blog to publish, an email to send and a phone call to make. The list never ended and while sometimes I prayed for it to, it kept me going in a way that nothing else ever could.
Being the “hype man” of GW’s independent student newspaper has been a better learning experience than any college class could have given me.
What taught me that real life is dazzling and delicate in its own right were the people I worked with and experiences I had at The Hatchet.
A free cybersecurity day camp, funded by a $100,000 grant from the NSA, will host about 20 middle school girls on the Mount Vernon Campus this summer.
David Macpherson, head coach of the men’s tennis team, said he is confident his team will be able to grab its fourth A-10 title.
After defeating Rhode Island 15–5 Friday, the Colonials lost both ends of their doubleheader Sunday.
A medical school professor’s research project could change the way that cystic fibrosis is treated worldwide.
A GW alumnus reported to the University Police Department that she was struck by a motor vehicle while riding her bicycle.