Making all students pay for the University’s health insurance plan poses many key problems.
April 9, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 28
Stories from the April 9, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Officials decided in January not to accept the test this year because the school needed to conduct an independent research study to ensure it could accept the GRE.
In interviews, more than 10 students said they sent in false documentation or fabricated personal excuses to opt out of on-campus housing.
GW must do more to support the well-being and health of their female athletes by increasing female staff members and creating an open dialogue around the issue.
The University listened to prospective students. Now it’s time for GW to listen to current students’ input about issues in their daily lives.
Adam Greenberg serves a pig roast to customers at the Cotton & Reed stall in Union Market’s Street Fest – which kicked off Saturday with live music, artists and local restaurants.
UPD responded to the Shenkman Hall basement for a report of a disorderly employee in a disagreement with management.
Jeffrey Cohen described his 23-year tenure at GW as “magical” – and not just because of the legends and myths he teaches in his medieval literature course.
It’s the people, the laughs and the memories that have made my three semesters at The Hatchet more than commas.
SA President-elect Ashley Le spent just $110 during her campaign, while both executive vice presidential candidates dropped less than $60.