A senior is localizing a national campaign to promote the use of tap water and encourage sustainable practices on campus.
November 15, 2018
Stories from the November 15, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Katrina Pariera challenges the sex-positive discourse on whether open communication about sex can always lead to positive outcomes.
The Colonials have beat every team in the tournament this season with the exception of McKendree, GW’s first opponent in the MAWPC Championship.
Officials said professors have reported slow login times to classroom computers and issues with GW’s library catalog interface over the past two weeks.
SA leaders released a survey Thursday asking students 11 questions about where they buy clickers and how much the tools cost.
Party to Korean pop to kick off your weekend, before switching gears at a rap concert Sunday night that’s sure to be a full house.
Cathy Martens, who bought FoBoGro last month, proposed a plan to the University last week to redesign the third floor of the store as a cafe.
About 200 fewer international students are attending GW this fall than they did last year, the first decline since at least 2009.
The GW Hospital has performed 3,000 robotic surgeries – the most in the region – which doctors say is indicative of the hospital’s high surgical quality.
An in-person training will inform civilians, law enforcement and medical responders how to safely respond in an active-shooter situation.