GW’s new orientation eliminates a financial burden on families and encourages camaraderie in the new freshman class.
January 17, 2019
Stories from the January 17, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Four members of the men’s indoor track and field team are competing for the first time in nearly seven months.
There were 36 total traffic deaths in D.C. last year, up from 26 three years before, Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman Alaina Gertz said .
The Colonials have competed without two of their top four players, forcing the rest of the team to move up the ladder and compete at a higher level.
Researchers say the government shutdown has delayed the processing and approval of grants for pending projects.
The Panhellenic Association will offer students resources like coloring books, snacks and stress balls during recruitment this weekend.
Some students who planned to work at a government agency are heading into the spring semester with schedules in flux as a partial shutdown continues.
Students who visit the advising office in the international affairs school will now face penalties if they don’t show up to scheduled appointments.
Between 50 and 60 law students are currently unable to complete their externship program because of the government shutdown.
Six SA senators departed over winter break, leaving the group with eight total vacancies heading into the spring semester.