An associate director in the GW Cancer Center has received more than $4 million to help fund and develop solutions to prevent and control cancer.
April 4, 2019
Stories from the April 4, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A public health professor co-authored a report last week pushing public policy changes to reduce the consumption of sugary drinks.
Academic advising officials are rolling out a new pre-law ambassador program designed to boost outreach efforts to students interested in law school.
Hundreds of faculty, staff and student have provided feedback about LeBlanc’s job performance online and in small groups.
Members of fraternities and sororities who make a gift to the senior class gift campaign by April 10 will have $10 donated to their chapter.
As the semester quickly comes to a close, make the most of your last few weekends in the District.
Located on the lower level of an indistinct row of townhouses, Momo’s Cafe dishes out Taiwanese fare just minutes from the Mount Vernon Campus.
GW needs to update the housing website with current photos or videos of the inside of rooms to allow students to make an informed decision on their future home.
City officials presented plans for a new bike lane on campus last week. The lane would run through 20th and 21st streets, connecting through F or G Street.
An alumna is taking a stand against plastic pollution by creating eco-friendly luxury tiles.