The University has a duty to be more transparent with how it budgets tuition dollars and act more responsibly with the money we all spend to be here.
December 7, 2017
Stories from the December 7, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Tune out at a bar crawl or a classier wine tasting this, then mix in some meditation Sunday to reset the mind before a stressful week of studying.
As a university deeply committed to the benefits obtained from studying abroad, GW should do more to support students who hope to study internationally.
Student leaders said the program will provide students with the opportunity to eat nutritiously on a low budget.
Members of the group said the organization will host teach-ins about the consequences of fascism and advocate internationalism.
Starting Jan. 8, negative balances on fare cards will no longer be permissible, which may inconvenience low-income riders.
The organization plans to host events like coffee time and study hours for commuters so that they can come together, chat and relax.
Faculty in the medical school have been working with a Virginia high school to establish a health academy that will educate high schoolers.
An Elliott school professor co-authored an open letter calling for strong sexual harassment protections in the national security industry.
The FCC’s recent decision to repeal the internet’s federal regulations could impact private universities like GW, experts said.