Senior Ethan Somers discusses how he uses his social media to influence his peers on gun control issues.
September 30, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 10
This is Issue 10 of Volume 116 of The GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The history department chair discusses concerns that officials’ plan to grow the proportion of STEM majors will lead to decreased funds in non-STEM departments.
A female student reported that while she was studying in the library a man snatched her shoe and fled the scene.
The District should pass legislation recognizing student-athletes for who they are – workers who deserve to be paid.
Senior class gift coordinators said they want to reach 350 or more recurring gifts from seniors at or above one of three contribution levels.
GW finally granted me the ability to feel accepted on campus: It gave me a new GWorld card with my preferred name.
After receiving positive feedback from participants about a pilot program to prepare students for the GRE, officials are holding a second cohort this semester.
Students have used their right to protest speakers to spark conversations about issues ranging from Title IX policy to hate speech.
A woman sued the GW Hospital for medical negligence after she experienced complications with a foot procedure.
Ward 2 needs a new leader, someone who can be a champion for working people and students – Patrick Kennedy.