Some student leaders are reviving advocacy efforts to offer students discounted Metro rides through the University Pass program.
February 19, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 24
Stories from the February 19, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Junior SJ Matthews announced her bid for SA president Tuesday, making her the first to enter the race for the organization’s top spot.
Sophomore guard Maceo Jack currently leads the Colonials with 50 made three-point shots in the year and is averaging 10.6 points per contest.
A professor in the nursing school is leading a study to explore the impacts of state laws on tobacco use in the United States.
Officials are raising the amount of money on students’ GWorlds again, giving $3,050 to those with an in-unit kitchen and $4,750 to those without.
The IFC is holding an informal forum every other week where designated members in each chapter will meet to discuss risk management.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team talks about a student’s push for discounted Metro rides and the University’s new alumni association.
Swimming and diving will compete in the four-day championship meet this week after nearly a month off from competition that started Jan. 19.
GWPD officers responded to a report that a female student defecated on the floor of another student’s residence hall room.
In interviews, more than 20 students said they use AirPods while walking around campus, studying in Gelman Library and even during classes.