If you’re in search of a rich pasta dish that tastes straight out of Italy, Cucina Al Volo’s six locations around the District will do the trick.
February 15, 2018
Stories from the February 15, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Three professors from different programs co-organized a one-credit, pass/fail course on the pivotal moments and major issues of 1968.
There are many ways to make mistakes on social media, and sometimes they’re not as obviously wrong as a racist remark.
By involving minority student leaders, the University can better ensure that whatever program they decide to implement has input from those most affected by it.
Celebrate the Year of the Dog with D.C.’s annual Chinese New Year Parade taking place in Chinatown.
A new exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is taking visitors back to an iconic decade for art – the 80s.
Mental Health Services is hosting a weekly “healthy sociopolitical dialogues group,” for students to discuss hot-button political and social topics.
To compensate for an expected drop in student donation revenue, officials plan to funnel thousands of dollars into the budget for GW Libraries.
Students will learn everything from pill bottle to website design in a new program launching next semester.
The University whittled down its list of peer schools from 18 to 12 this semester in an effort to eliminate schools that well out rank GW.