Listen to news editors talk about a plan to review the president’s performance and the newly approved free 18th credit.
October 22, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 12
Stories from the October 22, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Since stepping into her new role in June, the new study abroad director said she is working to expand the number and type of students who study abroad.
A sophomore restarted the GW chapter of D.C. Students for Statehood last month in hopes of raising awareness about the issue ahead of midterm elections.
The Asian American Student Association is pushing officials in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences to develop an Asian American studies minor.
The Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service switched to a new service allowing student organizations to log their service hours.
Colonials Weekend is the perfect excuse to get off GWorld and explore the fancier fare and activities of D.C.
Twelve students attended the Residence Hall Association’s first cooking class in Thurston Hall’s common kitchen Thursday.
The Colonials (8–13, 2–7 A-10) are in ninth place in the Atlantic 10 with five games left in the regular season.
The Kidney Center has screened more than 1,000 people since it opened in 2015 and has found kidney disease in one-third of its patients.
Activism depends not just on everyday citizens to participate, but on the privileged to organize, create a movement for change and sacrifice for others.