GWPD barred a male in his mid-50s from campus after he threatened pedestrians outside of Funger Hall.
April 30, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 1
Stories from the April 30, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
An adjunct professor at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design won a Pulitzer Prize for his work on an interactive video project.
For the fifth year, a donor-funded professorship will remain empty after the third search for a candidate failed this academic year.
Student Association leaders said the center follows programs at peer institutions that are beneficial for employees of each department to streamline communication between them.
From Foggy Bottom to the Vern, here are some of the best farmers markets and vendors to check out this season.
Listen to Hatchet news editors talk about a recent lawsuit against the University, graduate students’ effort to unionize and GW’s rising admission rate.
Women’s tennis has not advanced past the semifinal round of the Atlantic 10 Championship since 2010.
In response to turbulent delays, sometimes inoperable escalators and other nuisances, two alumni launched an app that comes to commuters’ rescue.
Women’s water polo finished in eighth place after three days of play in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Championship this weekend.
Lacrosse faltered in conference play after a strong start to the season, dropping six straight decisions to close out the year.