Beat the back-to-school blues with a walking tour of D.C. murals, a denim upcycling workshop and a free community museum day.
August 29, 2019
Stories from the August 29, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Bindaas is a University dining partner with dim orange lighting fixtures and spacious seating.
Students will see reductions in living costs as officials fund Thurston Hall renovations and save for unexpected costs in this fiscal year’s budget.
The Student Association Senate is starting the fall semester with about 65 percent of its members serving as senators for the first time.
GW’s ethics office updated University policies and brought on additional personnel to increase student awareness about data privacy issues.
Most businesses might have the day off, but these restaurants will be open to satisfy all your brunch needs.
When officials decided to offer on-campus undergraduates with open tap access, they missed the students who may benefit the most.
The recent graduation of goalkeeper Thor Arne Höfs has left an opening between the pipes for the first time since Höfs assumed the position.
To start the season on the right foot, runners said head coach Terry Weir increased the intensity and mileage of their summer workouts to come back to competition stronger than in years past.
When Ken Martin lost his house in the 1990s, he spent two years creating a makeshift home on the Foggy Bottom Campus.