Enjoy art in all its forms this weekend with events celebrating the visual, musical and culinary arts.
January 25, 2018
Stories from the January 25, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Students should learn from Harnett and Woods and become more engaged in local D.C. politics by attending neighborhood meetings to make a change.
Leaders of the project said it will boost GW’s sustainability effort by cutting down on the amount of food scraps that are trashed.
We need to reinforce that mental and physical strength – not societal beauty standards – are the most important outcomes of being healthy.
The Store, GW’s student-run food pantry, gave six tours over the last year to universities trying to tackle food insecurity.
The Forever G.I. Bill offers new benefits like expanded tuition support and eliminates the time limit for veterans to use educational aid.
Women’s tennis started its season last weekend with a roster of seven international players – the most of any squad in the program’s history.
Students have expressed concerns at a series of community meetings with trustees and administrators.
A new employee orientation will debut in mid-2018 to give new staff a chance to meet colleagues and learn important procedures emergency planning.
The Student Association and Foggy Bottom Association will hold a winter clothing drive next month at a local homelessness organization.