GW should conduct research to ensure that it knows the full and intersectional demographics of its student population.
October 29, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 13
Stories from the October 29, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
No admissions process is perfect. But universities, including GW, should be striving toward a more perfect system through transparency.
The way that our community views GW is important and we shouldn’t take their opinions of our student community lightly.
A female student wire transferred $2,250 to a man who claimed to be a property manager leasing an off-campus apartment, police said.
More than 20 years after the creation of the Mammovan, doctors have screened more than 37,000 women for breast cancer.
The Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership in GSEHD is launching a new master’s degree in Jewish education.
Although her paralysis included full or partial loss of function in all four of her limbs, she continued to pursue art with her non-dominant left hand.
A Board of Trustees committee will re-evaluate GW’s mission statement to ensure that the University’s goals are achievable.
It may be tempting to opt for its 99-cent cousin, but you won’t regret swapping out the minute meal for the real deal at these D.C. ramen restaurants.
A new facility in the Science and Engineering Hall will centralize GW researchers’ analysis of genetic material.