GWPD responded to the 2200 block of F Street after a male student reported that a Nissan struck him while he was riding his bicycle down the street.
November 19, 2018
Volume 115, Issue 16
Stories from the November 19, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
While some people may question the merit of studying in Europe, the continent is diverse and provides vast cultural experiences for students.
Skip the holiday meal prep and try the pre-fixed courses at a number of celebrated restaurants near campus.
A senior started a game called CryptoPets that allows users to cartoon characters also serve as a digital monetary asset that can be exchanged and sold.
If you are one of the brave students organizing a Friendsgiving potluck for the holiday, here are three easy takes on classic Thanksgiving dishes.
Officials said at a Faculty Senate meeting earlier this month that almost 100 percent of faculty members from the School of Nursing give back to GW.
Anuj Mehrotra, the dean of the School of Business, said he will focus on improving the student experience, alumni engagement and research.
Proposed changes to federal Title IX guidelines could require GW to alter its policies and eliminate the single-investigator model for sexual assault cases.
Students are in the process of forming a pre-law chapter of the Black Law Student Association for undergraduates who have an interest the legal field.
More veteran and military-affiliated students have been affected by delays in benefits from the Department of Veteran Affairs this year than in previous years.