The Metropolitan Police Department arrested a male student who sent threatening texts to another student last week.
September 24, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 9
Stories from the September 24, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW Dining should make an effort to provide nutritional information for its dining partners and offer suggestions to lead students in the right direction.
On a largely liberal campus, students with differing political opinions likely feel ostracized in settings like the classroom as well.
After this year’s seven-spot decline from last year, it’s time for GW to think about what its change in ranking means.
Two years afters its debut, officials said they’re adding an additional site in Ireland to accommodate a growing interest in the Global Bachelor’s Program.
Thomas is the only current swimming and diving head coach to have coached two A-10 programs back-to-back.
Over the course of the academic year, seven faculty-led working groups will examine GW’s research practices across multiple disciplines.
A 2,000-pound ice sculpture that spelled out the word “truth” was stationed on the National Mall Saturday and left to melt over the course of about five hours.
The Potomac Paddle Pub opens Monday with a BYOB policy and 10 bike seats that propel the boat from Georgetown to Arlington.
Haynes Brown is on pace to being the highest goal-scorer men’s soccer has seen in seven years, with 10 games left in the season.