Two experts weighed in on the science behind your post-drinking sickness and revealed what is fact and fiction when it comes to avoiding hangovers.
October 26, 2017
Stories from the October 26, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Kick off Halloween weekend with a scary movie screening alongside a panel by the creators of the film or at a costume dance party.
GW must implement better programming aimed at addressing the emotional toll of the freshman experience during CI and throughout the semester.
It is imperative the council not waste another year debating the helipad proposal and instead swiftly move to approve the plan.
The Association of Queer Women and Allies is planning to host the first-ever LGBTQ leadership conference, featuring high school clubs from across the District.
As the No. 5 seed, the Colonials will take on Duquesne on the road Saturday afternoon in the first round of the Atlantic 10 tournament.
The Student Association’s student health advisory council has been put on hold after the Colonial Health Center underwent a change in leadership last month.
The University plans to accept clean hot beverage containers after D.C. announced its expansion of acceptable recyclables earlier this month.
Faculty said the Culinary Medicine course will help students develop a more holistic approach to studying medicine.
The University’s investments had a strong performance last fiscal year, generating a more than $150 million boost to GW’s financial foundation.