The Colonials, who are 0-3 on the year, had strong showings on the mound but have room to grow at the plate and on defense.
February 21, 2019
Stories from the February 21, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The University will sponsor a technology conference this April in the hopes that the event will make GW more visible in the science field.
The SA Senate will debate a referendum Monday that would ask students whether the University should change the Colonials nickname.
Head coach Terry Weir said the Colonials have a chance to cause upsets on the track at the A-10 Championship meet this season.
With most employers and scholarships requiring transcripts, the small task of sending grades should be the least of students’ concerns.
More than 60 students have signed a petition calling on the University to allocate studio rooms for students to practice speaking foreign languages.
An average of 720 people have tuned into Facebook livestreams of Student Association Senate meetings since last February.
A team of GW professors and students won $25,000 in startup research funds to develop an app tracking D.C. traffic patterns.
The Office for Ethics, Compliance and Data Security will host new lunch sessions where students, faculty and staff can learn about data privacy.
Officials gave initial approval last week to reclassify the cognitive neuroscience major as a bachelor of science.