Separate classes for native and beginner speakers would create more level classrooms and allow professors to better help their students.
September 20, 2018
Stories from the September 20, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health is launching a new podcast this semester titled “Healthy You” to explore common public health issues.
About three-quarters of students at the Graduate School of Education and Human Development are female – a more than decadelong trend.
Hard liquor doesn’t need to be present inside the house in order for parties to be fun and enjoyable.
The nursing school is working to place a greater emphasis on research projects – an area of the profession that experts said has long been neglected.
Listen to noteworthy actresses as they discuss a brand new book, and cap off your weekend gorging on Georgetown’s best selection of food.
Students living on the Vern said a new bike-share station on MacArthur Boulevard will help them explore the city.
The Colonials held a 3-8 record through their first 11 games last season, but now head into A-10 play with a winning record.
Trillectro Festival will feature headliners like SZA and 2 Chainz alongside small-scale musicians from the D.C. area this weekend.
The University is now one of 57 universities to offer a scholarship that will cover more than 50 percent of tuition for two international students next fall.