Officials launched a new alumni association Monday that will operate under GW’s alumni office – effectively ending GWAA’s plans to merge with the office.
October 1, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 10
Stories from the October 1, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
First-year head coach Shane Winkler said he wants to elevate the Colonials to where they are consistently competing for Atlantic 10 Championships.
Sophomore Libby Lukens is working this fall to start the first women’s club ice hockey team at GW since 2002.
The Student Association will not defend itself in Student Court about the constitutionality of allowing freshmen and first-year senators to have voting rights.
GW’s sustainability office is one of nine organizations that crafted a set of guidelines this summer about cutting carbon use at colleges and universities.
Joshua Karpeh, who goes by the stage name Cautious Clay, will perform in the Sunday lineup of the All Things Go Fall Classic at Union Market.
University President Thomas LeBlanc is partnering with the Disney Institute to issue an institutional culture survey to faculty and staff this month.
Current and former students launched Last Call for Food, a company that aims to combat food insecurity by offering reduced-price meals, earlier this month.
On this week’s episode, hear news editors talk about the launch of a discounted meal startup and GW’s recent partnership with the Disney Institute.
GW’s Cancer Center will open a new gastrointestinal clinic this fall to offer interdisciplinary care from specialty providers.