As incoming freshmen arrive for CI this summer, they will find a more intimate and academically-focused schedule without their parents.
June 12, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 4
Stories from the June 12, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A female student reported to police that she was was grabbed from behind by a man who had pulled down his pants and underwear.
Moving to a new city is never easy. Luckily, D.C. has a variety of neighborhoods to remind you of home.
After graduating 112 student-athletes, many teams will have to adapt without important contributors from last year.
Precision Virtual Reality technology, created by the company Surgical Theater, arrived at GW Hospital in April and gives doctors a view inside the body.
Campus news from the past year has raised questions about what the future at GW will look like. Here are some of the changes to watch out for.
Packing up all of your belongings to start a new life is stressful, but it can be even more stressful on the environment.
A dog and children’s park on 26th Street is slated for $1 million in repairs from D.C. government – but the money won’t arrive until 2022.
The medical school is getting $3.9 million this fiscal year to step up its labs, classrooms and facilities.
If your schedule doesn’t pan out perfectly, don’t worry – here’s our guide to backup courses you can add to your schedule.