If this pattern continues, the way of living for new and current students will increasingly become less sustainable and enjoyable.
September 4, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 6
Stories from the September 4, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Cancer Center leaders said they are focusing their efforts this year on receiving a highly coveted designation from the National Cancer Institute.
A smoke alarm set off in a room in Potomac House led to a housing search that yielded drugs and drug paraphernalia.
Hear news editors talk about the new academic commons, updates on 18th credit fees and the Cancer Center’s search for a grant.
The Judaic Studies program has had fewer than six majors for the past decade, but faculty said popular courses on the Holocaust and Israel sustain the program.
Since the first-year forgiveness policy was enacted last year, more than 500 students have used the measure to retake courses they initially failed.
If Babis wins the seat, she will be the first person with a visible disability ever to be elected to Florida legislature.
The Colonials have scored seven more goals through three games this season compared to the same time last season.
Amid increased pressure from student leaders to expand the 17-credit cap, officials said they’re looking into the logistics of offering a free 18th credit.
The pressure to be political at GW forces students to blindly take a stance on every issue and furthers the partisanship on campus.