The schedule includes 28 home games and a trip to play last year’s No. 22 ranked Virginia in April.
October 12, 2017
Stories from the October 12, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Student Association Senate tabled two of President Peak Sen Chua’s nominations for Student Court after the nominees failed to meet constitutional requirements for the position.
From examining ancient cultures to exploring the future of scientific innovation, check out these free events this weekend.
One month after Hurricane Irma’s devastation, the GDUB Scuba Diving Club spent their fall break underwater restoring coral reef damage in the Florida Keys.
Fifty years after Club Rugby was created at GW, founder Liam Humphreys and about 30 other former players returned to play once again.
Even though it’s great to raise money for worthy causes, that will not gain students the personal experiences that come from active volunteer work.
As leaders who serve to create a better community for students, resident advisors at GW should work to better connect domestic and international students.
Jair Bolsonaro, a right-wing Brazilian lawmaker and likely presidential candidate with a history of making inflammatory remarks, is coming to speak on campus Friday night.
Students said new hiring measures implemented by the career center and Human Resources have allowed them to start working jobs faster this academic year.
Like nearly all of its 14 peer schools, GW is graduating men at a lesser rate than women – and it has been since 2004.