Administrators must recognize the devotion and hard work that students put toward their education by giving credit to students who pass AP exams.
March 21, 2019
Stories from the March 21, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Roughly 75 students gathered in the Marvin Center Amphitheater Wednesday for an annual debate among Student Association candidates.
It may have been difficult to get back into the swing of things after spring break, but there are events around the District to help you unwind.
A researcher in the public health school was awarded $1.2 million last semester to research the way Bangladeshi infants contract an infectious bacteria.
Nicolaas Fourie, a research professor of anthropology who earned his doctorate from GW, died last month at 38.
The next time you head into Whole Foods, skip out on the hot bar or kiosks and choose to order from Foodhini.
Visitors of the Smithsonian museums with visual impairments will now be able to better interact with exhibits after the implementation of a new technology.
The module is more about teaching minorities how to treat their oppressors than it is about how to end oppression.
More than 200 Asian professors were employed in 2018, the highest number in at least a decade, officials said earlier this month.
Members of the Progressive Student Union said administrators have not addressed a list of 10 demands regarding labor conditions at GW.