With a new president helming GW and WMATA seeking young users, it’s the perfect time to revive the discussion about unlimited Metro passes for students.
November 1, 2018
Stories from the November 1, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Instead of increasing the amount of money given to students, we should allow GWorld to be optional to accommodate students’ needs.
It’s vital to understand that we shouldn’t judge people because we’ve decided to be career-oriented before being family-oriented.
The academic advising office is offering gift cards and merchandise to encourage more students to participate in a survey.
GW asked 14 faculty, staff, students and alumni to be “GW Ambassadors,” a group that will promote GW’s events and merchandise on social media.
A public health professor found that millions of visits to the emergency room for asthma are caused by air pollution.
In interviews with 31 students, riders cited long wait times, no-show rides and unwelcoming drivers as reasons to not use the service again.
Admissions experts said a series of financial aid workshops held this month could help prospective students realize GW’s price tag is within reach.
Instead of using heartbeats and fingerprints to track, identify and control, a new exhibit uses human biometric data to create art.
Tour through an affordable art market, after a weekend experiencing the arts at two of the neighborhood’s biggest performance spaces.