The Potomac Conservancy, a clean water advocacy group, issued the river a “B” rating – indicating improved pollution levels and healthier river life.
April 5, 2018
Stories from the April 5, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Experts and student leaders said the new system will provide a more streamlined process and require less work for students trying to address technical issues.
Students dropped off blankets, food and water to Howard University occupying an administrative building amid a financial aid scandal.
About 6 percent of graduate students voted in last week’s election – more than last year, but still significantly less than turnout among undergraduates.
Students on campus should be more empathetic of their peers who have changed their views from when they were children.
To improve the selection process, Program Board must come up with more concrete guidelines on considering artists with a history of criminal charges.
Attend a poetry workshop this weekend after immersing yourself in a new photography exhibit and drinking your way through Dupont Circle.
The recently opened Farragut location, which is a quick 10 minutes from campus, serves up delicious lobster-filled dishes.
The percentage of students enrolling at GW with an unweighted high school GPA of 3.9 or higher has risen from 14 percent in 2013 to 25 percent last year.
As a freshman, utility player Alana Ponce has helped women’s water polo to a 10-8 record and led the team in goals.