Students must consider how we can help solve the problems we face in the U.S., rather than ignoring them for those abroad.
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.
Senior Andrew Weber became the first Colonial since 2014 to cross the finish line first at a cross country meet.
Pelham Commons, the dining hall in the basement of West Hall, switched to an all-you-can-eat buffet this semester.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences launched a new online master’s program on electrical engineering in late August.
SA leaders released an academic advising compact last week, listing expectations for students and advisers.
Geneva Henry, the dean of libraries, said officials are collecting data about questions asked at Academic Commons to improve the services offered.
GW Hillel is hoping to break ground on its new building at 23rd and H streets this fall after a lengthy legal battle with its neighbors.
Federal officials and Cindy McCain walk past the Vietnam Veterans Memorial during a memorial service for Sen. John McCain Saturday.
In the past year, the Colonial Health Center has seen three different leaders. The newest is the inaugural dean of the student experience.
The Colonials opened their season with four-straight wins, including a 15–14 victory over Wagner in a rematch of the MAWPC final last season.