Officials dedicated a floor in Thurston Hall this year to house freshmen who are the first in their families to attend college.
September 27, 2018
Stories from the September 27, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Office of Military and Veteran Student Services is fully staffed for the first time in two years after hiring four staffers over the past five months.
The Colonials have picked up four goals in their last three games heading into A-10 play after finding the net once during a three-game losing streak.
Deans and administrators will start meeting quarterly to discuss fundraising performance, and deans will receive monthly fundraising reports.
Citing low student interest, officials scrapped a University-sponsored program offering treatment options for students facing drug or alcohol sanctions.
Step out and explore the District with a tour through cultural dance, song and art practices at three separate events this weekend.
The University has designated 58 offices as “green” since the launch of a sustainability certification program in 2014.
Officials declined to say if GW has met its goal to reduce total drinking and plumbing water consumption by 25 percent by fiscal year 2018.
Researchers and academics must stand by their work when confronted with accusations. It’s incumbent upon experts to bat down disinformation with truth.
Pisco y Nazca offers high-quality bar food and cocktails, with a special emphasis on its selection of ceviche and other Peruvian favorites.