When one student struggled to find the healthy snacks he wished would fill his pantry, he started a business to make them himself.
February 8, 2018
Stories from the February 8, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Crossing H Street between the Marvin Center and Gelman Library is akin to playing a very dangerous version of dodgeball.
The managers of vendors in District House said that after an initial surge last spring when stores first opened, sales have dipped and remained stagnant.
Experts and students said the drop is indicative of a national trend where students attending schools that offer them more generous financial aid packages.
Whether you’re in a relationship, single or “it’s complicated,” spend the weekend before Valentine’s Day preparing for Feb. 14.
The Colonials – who begin their season this weekend – have a new head coach and a six-man freshman class looking to impact play.
Two national surveys were sent out to students last month to help officials and higher education researchers pin down the best and worst parts of the student experience.
International students say University-run Title IX trainings don’t go far enough in helping them overcome language and cultural barriers.
If GW offered more GPAC courses that center around the different areas of writing for the arts, students can explore the world of art more effectively.
The Colonials (12-11, 7-4 A-10) defeated the Patriots by four points Wednesday night behind 17 points from junior forward Kelsi Mahoney.