This season was the first time in 13 years that women’s water polo won more than two conference games in a year.
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.
Three Corcoran students said they already transferred or are waiting on an admissions decision, while 13 more are considering switching away from the school.
This job has taught me more than I could ever imagine but most importantly, I have learned to value every person who plays a role in the final product.
Like world leaders before him, French President Emmanuel Macron is prioritizing interactions with college students.
When Erik Rodriquez, an associate professor of chemistry, is not using fluorescent proteins for research, he uses them to create glowing artwork in his lab.
A lawsuit filed by a former employee alleges the University’s current retirement plans are too expensive and implement excessive fees.
I went from a young girl with stories in notebooks, to a woman with a voice. I have The Hatchet to thank for that.
A law school professor is now leading the American Society of International Law as of earlier this month.
Owners with few food trucks said the new regulation helps to ensure truck owners won’t cheat the lottery system.
Above the Bayou is a DIY music space – where independent musicians finance and host their own concerts – that also houses three students.