GW’s top priority should be maintaining and promoting the health and safety of all students – and that includes their sexual health, too.
October 25, 2018
Stories from the October 25, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
While top politicians around the country are failing to reach across the aisle – students can be the start of a movement to become more bipartisan.
To prioritize learning over profit, education over prestige and students over institution – GW should reconsider its early decision application program.
For a homestyle taste of the South brought to the District, check out Mason Dixie Biscuit Co.’s new location in Shaw.
The accounting department has been struggling to fill two positions – an associate professor and an endowed chair – for more than two years.
The restaurant chain &pizza and event organizers Broccoli City, two businesses born in the District, opened Broccoli Bar Thursday.
GW ranked No. 19 in the Military Times ranking of best schools for veterans, up nearly 80 spots from last year.
The GW chapter of the American Association for Men in Nursing launched earlier this semester to break down gender stereotypes within the profession.
The shop is the chain’s first location that specifically caters to the deaf and hard of hearing community with American Sign Language as its first language.
D.C. Council members spearheaded an act that would establish an agency to provide and refinance D.C. college students’ loans.