Administrators need to be transparent with students about their stance on removing the Colonials nickname for something less controversial.
April 11, 2019
Stories from the April 11, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Muslim women and first-generation students will each have an affinity dedicated to their community for the first time next academic year.
A Student Association senator is suing the SA in Student Court for allegedly inadequately representing graduate students.
Safeway on MacArthur Boulevard – a roughly 10-minute walk from the Mount Vernon Campus – is expected to close May 4, store managers said.
From an exclusive party at a Smithsonian museum to bottomless mimosa brunch, there are plenty of events to help you step back from studying this weekend.
Two residents in the medical school published a study last week finding that transgender individuals face a higher risk of heart attack than cisgender patients.
With so many adjunct professors teaching at the University, students are not getting all that they can out of their education.
Elizabeth Chacko, the first leader of the Vern’s academic programs, said she hopes to build community on the campus during her tenure.
The gallery, which opened Saturday in Georgetown, is curated by New York art dealer Todd von Ammon and has its first exhibit “MENTAL” on view.
The District Department of Transportation is installing a traffic island in Washington Circle after hearing safety concerns from local residents.