These changes to the dining plan alone won’t spur healthier eating for students.
February 26, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 24
Stories from the February 26, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As difficult of a subject as this is, it is time for GW to think about how they will face gun violence going forward.
GRID is a social venture that creates low-cost mobile games that are played around the world to change stereotypes and serve as educational resources.
Ivanna Perez and her father, Joseph, check out a seahorse ice sculpture at the Fire & Ice Festival at The Wharf Saturday.
The extra science requirement forces students to put effort into a class they aren’t interested in and that likely won’t be of any practical value.
After UPD officers on patrol detected an odor in Thurston Hall, an administrative housing search found drugs and fireworks.
Organizers of the effort said it would help veterans with service-related disabilities skip lengthy wait times for off-campus primary care.
Organization leaders said the student-led events will allow members to make more informed decisions when casting ballots in November.
Men’s squash won the CSA Hoehn Cup for the first time in program history, taking down the Yale Bulldogs Sunday afternoon.
The Colonials (15-13, 10-6 A-10) head into the Atlantic 10 tournament Tuesday after dropping their final regular-season game to Richmond.