The low costs of scooters help students, and by increasing prices due to regulations, the burden only increases for students and low-income individuals.
October 11, 2018
Stories from the October 11, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The heightened fear of police, coupled with the decline in police legitimacy would increase the gap between the school and the community in Foggy Bottom.
Start your weekend laughing through a veteran comedian’s set, then enjoy live performances and D.C. street food coursing through H Street.
The University’s annual Diversity Summit will take place in the fall this year – a move student leaders said could boost attendance.
Dozens of students were relocated last month after broken pipes and leaks caused water damage in their residence hall rooms.
The medical school launched a new academy last week aiming to engage Virginia high school students in medical professions.
A psychology professor received $12.5 million to research how genetics and the environment impact development for adopted children.
The Colonials will race against three other A-10 schools at the meet this year, giving them a glimpse at conference competition before the championship meet.
Thor Arne Höfs now owns the career shutout record with 21 clean sheets recorded since he began at GW in 2015.
In the past five games, volleyball has averaged a .112 attack percentage compared to .146 percent on the season.