A public health school report found that people may lose access to community health care if Congress does not extend a vital fund.
September 12, 2019
Stories from the September 12, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Members said the council will lead to more collaboration between GW’s gender-focused student organizations.
Sharing non-normative pronouns essentially becomes a public coming out that trans students have to endure every day.
Players said the team, while similar in makeup, harnesses a more mature mentality and determined identity.
Sing your heart out at a “Hamilton” musical sing-along Friday night, and celebrate fashion and fabrics at the Textile Museum Saturday.
Located inside The Line Hotel, The Cup We All Race 4 serves pastries like our pick for dish of the week: the cretzel.
It does not hurt to revisit and learn about sororities’ dark time of history past to improve inclusion efforts.
The University employs about 50 percent more student access monitors than they did this time last academic year.
The student advisory board for the Division of Safety and Security worked with officials to define the board’s goals in its inaugural year.
Student-athletes said D.C. and its monuments play a constant role in their training regimens and team bonding.