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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.
A GW nurse practitioner won a national award for medical professionals who specialize in kidney health.
Faculty said that GW needs to adopt a University-wide embargo on taking money from tobacco companies to maintain academic freedom.
Junior Jake Ortiz and freshmen Peter Nachtwey and Nick Tomczyk will compete in the NCAA Diving Zone A Championships from March 5 to 7.
Through a revamped website, livestreams of senate meetings and a bill allowing senators to virtually participate, the SA is moving its presence online.
The move marks the first time officials have moved to directly address student demands for a more sustainable University investment portfolio.
Business owners and event attendees said they have seen stricter enforcement shutting down parties and are now left wondering how they will comply with the law.
D.C. students were in disbelief after hearing that President Trump’s budget would slash a financial aid program helping District residents pursue an education.
Listen to editors discuss the SA sustainability fund, veteran health issues and marijuana parties in the District.
More than 20 faculty study HIV at GW, working on projects ranging from finding better avenues for treatment to directly seeking to develop a cure.