As we move into SA election season and candidates consider launching campaigns, they should only run if they are ready to work hard on behalf of students.
February 25, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 25
Stories from the February 25, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
I didn’t sign up to be a spokesperson for India. But in many of my classes, I have been in a position where I am one of few Indian students.
A staff member was struck by a car at an off-campus intersection and was treated for minor bruising at GW Hospital.
Student leaders said they have not been notified when they will be assigned an adviser and have no direct point of contact in the CSE.
The Colonials’ 782 team points in the win is the highest win total since Massachusetts nabbed the crown in 2008 with 791.50 points.
Plans to revamp Thurston Hall will make the building more community-friendly and address maintenance issues, students said.
Officials are offering $1 million in matching funds for donors who promise to leave money to GW in their final wishes.
SA Sen. Amy Martin, ESIA-U, launched a platform for SA executive vice president Monday highlighting more than a dozen initiatives.
Sen. ShanTorrian Underwood, CCAS-U, launched a campaign focused on adding more affordable dining options and promoting diversity across campus.
The GW Writing Center launched a survey last week to find out why students who visit the center during their freshman year do not return.