Senior Cami Drouin-Allaire will round out her senior year by making a historic third trip to the NCAA Championships this weekend.
April 19, 2018
Stories from the April 19, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The initiative includes the repair and maintenance of five streets in Foggy Bottom and the West End neighborhood.
Officials and experts said without the necessary funds for GW Libraries, research materials will not be enough to make GW a top-tier research institution.
Students must remain cognizant that there are differences and complexities in every culture and they all deserve to be heard.
Thai Chef’s Thai tea custard with toast is an uncommon approach to bubble milk tea.
More than 10 Thurston Hall residents said in that early-morning construction noises are waking them up early and distracting them from studying.
As the weather warms up, get outside and hop from festival to festival this weekend.
Pick and choose from our stoned itinerary, or hit everything on this list for a hazy day of good vibes.
Officials piloted six courses focused on career development in subjects like biology, geography, psychology and music this academic year.
Across the country, universities have changed their policies on paying administrative fines through food donations. GW should follow their lead.