As someone who used a coach to get into college, I now think it is wrong for students to flex their financial privilege for a leg up in the application process.
August 27, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 5
Stories from the August 27, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As the semester revs up, a dizzying array of student organization meetings, homework and other activities can give you a rude awakening.
GWPD officers responded to the Office of Alumni Relations for a report of an alumnus yelling and screaming at office staff.
Nothing can replace family, but there are opportunities around D.C. that can stand in for comforts of home.
No one is better suited to tell you how to succeed this semester than the person submitting your final grade.
Students may not know when traveling to a new city where to find your essential services, but our guide will save time as you run last-minute errands.
Living in D.C. can limit some of the outdoorsy stuff you can do, but this Labor Day weekend, get all of the summer fun you may have forgotten.
I had heard in advance that the rally was going to take place, but watching from my residence hall as demonstrators marched on campus made the situation real.
Even with an account full of GWorld and funds stashed away from a summer job, you may find yourself strapped for cash this semester.
Martin Baum, the new president of GWAA, said he will move forward with the group’s merger with the University’s alumni office.