SA leaders said the change will help student organizations and the SA work more closely together this academic year on topics they both care about.
September 28, 2017
Stories from the September 28, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
An adjunct professor of medicine said he will deliver a report on nutritional analysis to government agencies in the hopes of influencing dietary guidelines.
Whether your scene is at a concert venue or an informal street festival, you can sing and dance your heart out Friday through Sunday at these events.
To ensure that students are able to stay safe while getting the most out of city biking, GW should offer bike safety and training seminars.
The group, formed last March, is launching it’s inaugural year with 57 new members and a mission to spread bipartisanship on a politically active campus.
With a change in presidents, experts said there may also be a change in how aggressive the NLRB moves to green light unionization efforts.
One of the District’s most popular gay bars will host D.C.’s first queer flea market and all-day party this weekend.
Katie Fisher, an online public health school student, will be remembered for bringing joy those around her, relatives said.
Two geography professors took eight students on a trek last summer to a remote region of Russia to study climate change.
Officers completed an emergency vehicle operator course which trains law enforcement and first responders how to travel to emergency calls.