There is a lack of knowledge by students about exactly how to get involved in and conduct research in that field. But this needs to change.
February 22, 2018
Stories from the February 22, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
While seniors aren’t required to live on campus, the University should be helping its upperclassmen live in cheaper campus housing.
The University began a pilot program earlier this month to send food trucks to the Virginia Science and Technology Campus.
Start the weekend with a history lesson on an abolitionist icon, then play some board games on the National Mall.
University President Thomas LeBlanc said he’s begun taking steps to improve employee morale and create a more service-oriented staff culture.
It doesn’t take a transpacific flight bound to South Korea to cheer on athletes during the final week of the Winter Olympics.
Organizers say the event will allow students to develop important resources for vulnerable populations like the elderly and people with autism.
At the press preview Wednesday night, the freshest looks came from designers with the least runway experience.
After a program-number of wins last season, softball players said they are motivated to return to the conference tournament.
The reports were expected to be completed by last spring and form the basis of the senate’s effort to address affordability.