A student uses his painting skills to polish up worn-out sneakers for his company, Pancakes Apparel.
May 21, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 3
Stories from the May 21, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Unlike your usual rap lyrics, when Bahmanyar is performing under his stage name CoinDaddy, he preaches about his passion for Bitcoin.
The University will no longer provide a service allowing students to rent safes in their residence halls.
A permanent task force in the Panhellenic Association will launch this summer to combat sexual assault in Greek life.
MFA faculty said administrators must align the goals of the MFA, GW Hospital and the medical school before pursuing an official partnership.
Experts said the University’s newly announced Title IX policy puts GW in line with its peer institutions.
The Board of Trustees’ student experience task force released a drafted set of guiding principles for officials to follow Friday.
A sophomore and neighborhood commissioner presented legislation last week supporting a D.C.-wide initiative to lower the voting age to 16.
Students, including myself, shouldn’t feel guilty for going home to work as camp counselors or in customer service to earn money and spend time with family.
More than 10 graduating seniors said they chose to live in D.C. after graduation to stay close to a network of alumni and professors who can help secure jobs.