Each woman going through recruitment is an individual who is much more than what they are wearing, their major, hometown and why they came to GW.
February 7, 2019
Stories from the February 7, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
YAF lacks the evidence to support the conclusion that administrators did not properly protect its event or did not properly respond to threats.
Coming to a foreign country to live and study should not mean that international students have to involuntarily sever connections to our roots or home country.
RARE GW, a student organization dedicated to rare disease awareness, is hosting the inaugural rare disease awareness month from Feb. 6 to 20.
Marie Treanor, a two-time alumna whose brother and father graduated from GW, was selected as the director of legacy alumni programming last semester.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., joined a growing chorus of District advocates late last month when she launched a petition supporting D.C. statehood.
TRAiLS GW formed a new subgroup to connect “outdoorsy” students with one another and promote low-cost activities in the D.C. area.
The Elliott School of International Affairs is encouraging students to apply to sit on a panel about leadership and ethics in April.
Women’s water polo has its smallest roster since 2010 and does not have a senior on the team for the first time in more than 16 years.
Two public health researchers contributed to a study arguing that obesity, malnutrition and climate change are interrelated global epidemics.