The exhibit features a virtual reality game where users can paint using VR equipment.
October 4, 2018
Stories from the October 4, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The University must require that students attend multiple trainings throughout college related to sexual assault prevention.
To maintain student safety, especially on an open campus in an urban area, GW needs to re-evaluate security.
Mandatory diversity workshops for Greek chapters will demonstrate a clear commitment to creating an inclusive environment for all students.
D.C. residents can now say “I do” to an extra upscale cocktail in the playful wedding-themed atmosphere at Destination Wedding.
Take in the sights of Europe from the District Wharf, then immerse yourself in Russian culture for a day of food, art and music.
The Department of Romance, German and Slavic Languages and Literatures hired four full-time faculty members this semester.
An administrative departure in GW’s sustainability office this summer was followed by the quiet removal of a major sustainability program.
The education department pushed back GW’s first federal deadline to ensure all new online content is accessible for individuals with disabilities.
The number of students referred to campus authorities for drug violations increased by roughly 9 percent over the past year.