At least seven members of the GW Alumni Association have resigned amid controversy over the group’s merger with the University’s alumni office.
June 11, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 4
Stories from the June 11, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Colonials return 10 players from their roster and will use this summer to fill in the holes left by the exit of core players from last season’s squad.
The Board of Trustees approved two doctoral programs last month in nursing, and speech, learning and hearing sciences.
Of the 10 summer study abroad programs offered this summer, four were canceled because of low student enrollment or changes in faculty plans.
Here’s a guide on how to navigate all of the public transportation options available to help you explore the District during your first year at GW.
Donations to the School of Media and Public Affairs’ Career Access Network have slowed for the second year.
Check out our tips on topics from schedules to social media to help freshman know how to navigate their first few days on campus for Colonial Inauguration.
Between the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses, freshmen have a plethora of housing choices that all come with a unique experience.
First-year students will partake in a piloted series of diversity and inclusion trainings during their two-day orientation session.
When you meet your roommate on the first day of freshman year, buckle up for more than just a yearlong sleepover with friends.