In his first year in office, University President Thomas LeBlanc has begun building an agenda aiming to enact gradual but far-reaching change across GW.
April 23, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 30
Stories from the April 23, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
EMeRG transported a student to the GW Hospital emergency room after ice thrown out of a Shenkman Hall window struck her in the head.
Sixteen public health professors are urging a D.C. court to overturn a federal initiative allowing states to impose work requirements on Medicaid users.
College may have been easier for me had I gone somewhere with more minority students, but it certainly would not have made me the individual I am today.
Graduate students deserve to be heard by the University, but in order to persuade GW to take them seriously, they must clearly define their demands.
I’m cautiously optimistic about the First Year Experience program, and I hope that it succeeds in better preparing Elliott School students for their futures.
The Office of the Vice President for Research will transition to an electronic research compliance system.
Students said they’re graduating in three years to avoid the cost of an extra year and head into a career as soon as their requirements are satisfied.
Men’s and women’s track and field are breaking outdoor track and field program records with one meet left before the Atlantic 10 Championships.
GW’s pitching staff racked up 21 strikeouts and own a 3.77 earned-run average, good for fifth in the Atlantic 10.