A new facility in the Science and Engineering Hall will centralize GW researchers’ analysis of genetic material.
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.
Over the past five years, the Board of Trustees has dropped from 43 members to 21. GW’s peer schools average 46 trustees.
On this week’s podcast, news editors talk about a smaller board of trustees, an evaluation on university ranking processes and more.
The last time the Colonials tallied one win in conference play was in 2010 when GW went 1-8-0 in the A-10.
Officials said Europe has always been a top study abroad pick because of its accessible travel opportunities and likeness to the United States.
SA leaders are proposing a 10-person task force comprised of students, faculty and officials to evaluate controversial building names.
Men’s basketball saw its first action of the season against Catholic Sunday. The team’s performance highlighted where GW will need to improve in the season.
A graduate student and alumna have become avid marathoners as roommates striving toward their goal to complete five Marine Corps Marathons.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health launched a 48-credit doctoral program last week focusing on health policy and management.
Experts said officials may be prioritizing student satisfaction over the number of students they admit, which could contribute to a more content student body.