The CHC should be open for general visits on weekends, allowing students to consistently have access to health services they can afford on campus.
April 12, 2018
Stories from the April 12, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Catch a comedy show this weekend from an up-and-coming comedian with a famously funny family before hitting the streets for Japanese food and performances.
The reality is that Americans are expected to understand and adapt to Christian practices, but it’s common to never learn about other religions.
Students said they have increasingly taken on an activist mentality in their art since President Donald Trump was elected.
The free app, launching April 18 on Apple and Android platforms, will provide shareable content centered around positive messages for women.
Students said they weren’t notified of the change until after the switch went into effect April 1.
Part-time mental health care will soon expand to the Virginia Science and Technology Campus following a lobbying effort by nursing school faculty and students.
Just minutes away from the hustle and bustle of M Street, The Wing offers women of the District a space to work in a no-man’s land.
The suit alleges that D.C. has confiscated and discarded shelters and belongings in at least 70 different encampment clearings.
The campus climate survey on unwanted sexual behavior is now accessible to all students in an effort to identify the scope of sexual misconduct on campus.