About 40 students gathered in Kogan Plaza Wednesday to protest the working conditions of GW employees.
May 2, 2019
Stories from the May 2, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Faculty said the program’s increasing enrollment will cater to a growing population of patients interested in integrative techniques.
Students should have more options to complete community service work that directly relates to the material taught in class.
Students living with disabilities said the Vern’s hills and lack of accessible buildings make living on the campus arduous.
Sailing broke its three-season ICSA Co-ed Nationals qualifying streak with a 10th-place finish in this weekend’s competition.
It’s your last weekend in the District before heading home for the summer, so spend your time wisely with these activities.
For a sweet treat that highlights spring in the District, try the cherry blossom doughnut from District Doughnuts.
Student leaders said in her first year, Petty has reached out to students directly to learn about and address their concerns.
Panera Bread will stay open until 2 a.m. next Tuesday and Wednesday.
Officials said the Center for Women in Engineering will provide support to female students, faculty, staff and alumnae who are often overlooked in the field.