The SA’s top two arts officials informally created the GW Arts Committee, a body aiming to represent GW’s 36 music and art organizations.
January 29, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 20
Stories from the January 29, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Strong performances from both freshmen and upperclassmen have helped GW to its best national ranking in nearly two years.
WMATA’s board of directors passed an initiative to reimburse riders who experience wait times of 15 minutes or more.
Officials said the move will create a more convenient system and allow students to meet last-minute deadlines.
The nearly $700,000 grant will help media researchers map how health, economic standing and media consumption impact life in American communities.
Diversifying medical schools remain a nationwide challenge as the steep cost and rigorous academic standards pose major barriers to many students.
Two doctoral students started a book club that has left young boys at a local school feverishly flipping through the pages of novels beyond their years.
Officials are examining ways to make University webpages more user-friendly to students with disabilities.
Listen to Hatchet editors talk about #MeToo research, GW’s disability task force and the Women’s Voices Theater Festival.
The Vibes and GW Motherfunkers competed in the Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Saturday.