GW should offer students different opportunities to explore their major options through workshops and online resources.
November 29, 2018
Stories from the November 29, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A student organization dedicated to fostering acceptance of being nonpartisan is necessary to make moderate students welcome in politics.
GW Hillel kicked off a weeklong campaign Monday raising funds for those fleeing persecution around the world.
Members of Graduate Students United launched a petition earlier this month calling on the University to strike two clauses in the health care plan.
The Store opened a shelf with gluten-free foods, like gluten-free cereal and pasta, earlier this month.
Officials are catching up on sending thank you notes to donors who gave money to the University up to four years ago.
Student musicians may seem few and far between on campus, but this weekend a group of four will come together for a show featuring a diverse range of acts.
Poke Papa will serve Hawaiian-inspired poke bowls just steps from campus with a new location that opened Tuesday.
While America will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s birth in January, GW will be terminating the Jackie Robinson Project by May.
Students in the nursing school are wrapping up the first installation of a two-month-long program teaching D.C. middle schoolers about heart disease.