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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.
I’m no longer the same unsure and lonely freshman as I was four years ago, and I have The Hatchet to thank for that.
Glenn Egelman, the former head of the CHC, wrote a letter in January saying the center exhibited a “long-term lack of guidance, supervision and support.”
After three CWPA losses, women’s water polo is looking to learn from its weekend play for its final four conference games.
Experts said taking on more debt is a risk, given the uncertain financial future of higher education, but it can pay off if the new academic and residential projects improve the University’s reputation.
Our news team talks about GW ending its contract with International Limousine Service and the plan for the new $795 million bond.
When I first joined the Hatchet as a freshman, I wasn’t 100 percent sure where the townhouse was.