“Meet Pepper” events will continue through this month, with a rollout of 25 models around five Smithsonian institutions.
May 3, 2018
Stories from the May 3, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
More than 20 researchers are preparing to sequence the DNA of plants, animals and other organisms to better understand the evolution of species.
GW professors found that telling judges how global warming hurts health initiatives could help make more compelling arguments in court cases.
The Colonials have the second-most wins overall in the A-10, but their 10 conference wins put them on the edge of qualifying for postseason play.
You might need to take a break from your spicy snack with a sip from a margarita to cool off your tastebuds.
Sadie Dupuis, Speedy Ortiz’s front woman and guitarist, discussed navigating political topics and the rise of women-led indie bands.
Entertainment from pop-culture icons past and present can be found around the District this weekend.
As finals week stress looms and Mental Health Awareness Month shifts attention toward the issue, students should take the time to focus on their mental health.
Library funding experts said showing donors how their money is being used is an effective fundraising technique.
The chair of the SA finance committee said members were stricter with student organization allocations this year.