The University Pass program is good for all students, and the University should join students in advocating and negotiating for the opt-in pass.
March 4, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 26
Stories from the March 4, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Students have panned Thurston Hall as an inadequate and frankly dilapidated first-year residence hall, but renovations will help build community among students.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team updates us on the status of the Colonial Health Center’s leadership and the first review of GW’s president.
The graphic design program in the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is adding new courses and an extra faculty member this fall.
Officials are trying to convince more students to thank donors for their scholarships by offering them gift cards and free pizza.
Ward 2 is among the District’s most affluent wards, according to data from the recently created D.C. State Data Center Visualization Portal.
The percentage of undergraduates majoring in STEM fields hit about 19 percent this year, but officials said GW should aspire to 30 or more.
Although a GWorld increase may seem like a further investment in student life, it only creates a larger burden for students to carry.
More than a year and a half after the Colonial Health Center lost its first director, the center still lacks a permanent leader.
Kappa Alpha Theta will move into the second floor of Strong Hall this fall, a residence hall currently shared by Chi Omega and Pi Beta Phi.