It is imperative that officials and students enforce GW’s smoke-free policy, especially as e-cigarettes rise in popularity.
September 6, 2018
Stories from the September 6, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Attend D.C.’s longest-running neighborhood festival, Adams Morgan Day, and other food and film festivals throughout the weekend.
The Hatchet sat down with Lieberman to discuss the scientist’s discoveries and correct misconceptions about dopamine.
The University decided to drop the Common App’s self-reporting grade feature this year after users reported the form made the application process “cumbersome.”
TableTalk aims to facilitate discussions among students who don’t typically interact by merging students of different backgrounds together.
Students following kosher diets said a lack of GWorld options makes it difficult to stick to the diet, leading some students to seek vegetarian meals.
Medical school researchers joined 11 universities and hospitals to research treatment for scleroderma, a sometimes lethal autoimmune disease without a cure.
Senior class gift coordinators said they are teaming up with the Center for Career Services to host career panels and workshops during the campaign.
While Sweetgreen and Chopt dominate D.C.’s salad scene, one of the two franchises must reign superior.
Coming off a hot start, head coach Terry Weir said the early part of the season will be used to continue developing runners and race plans.