With Amazon’s new headquarters in Crystal City located only a few miles and five Metro stops from campus, this is an exciting time for students.
December 6, 2018
Stories from the December 6, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet.
During the holiday season, many non-Jewish students imagine that Hanukkah is vital to the Jewish faith. But let me tell you a little secret – it’s not.
Officials said GW’s online course development team helped produce 92 courses across multiple disciplines last fiscal year.
Thousands of D.C. residents visited the U.S. Capitol Building and lined the streets to watch the funeral procession to the Washington National Cathedral.
The complex at 2000 Pennsylvania Ave. has experienced a nearly 267 percent increase in thefts over the past year.
Of the 150 student leaders contacted by The Hatchet, one student leader said they used an alumni engagement form, while 33 said they didn’t know it existed.
Medical faculty and students can now print three-dimensional anatomical structures and other objects for free in Ross Hall.
The Flagg Building, which houses the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, has continually experienced ceiling leaks since the beginning of the semester.
Three professors in the Elliott School of International Affairs plan to retire at the end of the year, leaving behind a combined century of work at GW.
Whether you want to drop it low or shop ‘til you drop this weekend, D.C. has plenty of events for anyone who needs a break from the monotony of finals.