A team of student engineers is working to build the first GW-made satellite in the Science and Engineering Hall and launch it into orbit by the end of 2019.
October 2, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 10
Stories from the October 2, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Six months after the provost’s office announced a plan to increase diversity, no plans have been formally submitted.
The international community must lend its support to the Rohingya and students can urge the government to help.
Students said the delays cause major annoyances and, in some cases, unsafe conditions in their rooms.
Officials said the transition will not affect student health care, but student advocates were alarmed by Egelman’s sudden exit.
GW’s top security official credited drug education programs for the decrease, but experts said a change in drug enforcement could explain the drop.
MP Gay congratulates her dachshund, Freddie Von Ruff, for winning the third heat in the annual Wiener 500 Races at Yards Park.
More explicit directions on the financial aid process and travel expense compensation can assist international students and relieve financial pressure.
A film created by GW documentary students depicts Jake Luoma’s life as a decorated therapeutic horseback rider with autism.
Molly Seltzer started a photojournalism project called Electric America to educate people on where their energy comes from.