The Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission passed a resolution aiming to combat a local traffic issue Tuesday night.
March 7, 2019
Stories from the March 7, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The University has consistently paid its faculty more than 80 percent of other colleges and universities nationwide.
Michael Feuer, the dean of GSEHD, said at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that the school is continuing to bolster its research and fundraising efforts.
If you’re staying in the District for spring break, you can transport yourself to warmer weather at events around D.C. this weekend.
With owners from Havana, a bright interior and a menu that is completely in Spanish, Mi Cuba Cafe is the closest you’ll get to authentic Cuban food in D.C.
An LGBTQ nightclub that was a hub for more than two decades announced this week that it has permanently closed its doors.
Head coach Maurice Joseph said the team’s most recent string of losses can be attributed to a lack of focus on the court and toughness on the glass.
The Colonials are currently sixth in the nation with a team batting average of .356 and among A-10 competition, a Colonial tops every single statistical category.
In the years since GW implemented a test-optional policy, the number of undergraduate applications has begun to stabilize around 27,000.
Sophomores received a survey last week asking them to answer seven questions about their well-being, academics and campus involvement.