Students can now use a new transportation app to track the Vex’s location and a discounted Capital Bikeshare membership.
August 26, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 5
Stories from the August 26, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A Hatchet analysis of every academic department’s website found that the majority of them do not post any news online or include outdated information.
Five candidates are vying for the Ward 2 D.C. Council seat, currently held by embattled Councilmember Jack Evans, in next year’s primary election.
Freshmen said the new model gave them a larger window to meet their peers and familiarize themselves with University resources.
Five years after merging with GW, Corcoran faculty and officials are trying to cultivate a common identity.
An interdisciplinary research team released four policy recommendations for how social media companies can clamp down on online hate speech.
The GW Hospital withstood the greatest number of malpractice lawsuits this summer compared to the last five summers.
Five new restaurants on and near campus added discounted meal prices for students to their menus this summer.