The Colonials (2–1) opened the season with two wins in their first three games for the first time under head coach Sarah Bernson.
September 3, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 6
Stories from the September 3, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Institute for Middle East Studies will hold its first graduate symposium this month amid its recent partnership with a Middle East studies organization.
Students enrolled in STEM courses pay about $45 more for books than those in non-STEM courses, a Hatchet analysis found.
A group of female students established the first intersectional student organization for women of color and their allies last week.
The MFA made about $425 million in revenue and incurred about $450 million in expenses during fiscal year 2018, financial documents show.
Officials are discussing plans to construct a convenience store on the Vern following Safeway’s closure.
GW Police Department officers arrested a man after he assaulted an officer in the Science and Engineering Hall.
Shenkman Hall residents can now collect packages and mail without leaving the building, officials said.
Antonia Sepulveda will chair the medical school’s pathology department and serve as GW Hospital’s chief of pathology service and clinical laboratory director.
A floating tuition policy shows that the University prioritizes students who have the privilege to know what their financial situation will be each year.