Runners called the race a mock A-10 Championship, saying the competition was a look at what’s to come at the championship on Nov. 2.
September 19, 2019
Stories from the September 19, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
GW allows students to waive vaccination requirements for medical and religious reasons, but experts say officials should be more strict.
Experts said the Student Research Commons website may increase interdisciplinary research at GW by raising awareness about available opportunities.
Participants of the first Summer Startup Accelerator cohort said the program connected them with mentors who helped refine their businesses.
The GW Hospital is the first in the United States to use augmented reality technology to project MRI and CT scans onto patients in surgical procedures.
GW is following a similar trajectory as last season’s championship team, holding an identical record through eight games.
A group of students is establishing GW Folklorico, named after a traditional Mexican dance, to highlight and celebrate Latinx community.
More than 10 SMPA students said the new equipment will allow them to expand their skills in technical production and help them with class assignments.
After more than a year of negotiations, DDOT officials have decided on a route for a protected bike lane running through Foggy Bottom.
The Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies program will begin holding brown bag seminars next month to allow students and faculty to discuss their research.