About 8,800 students waived the University’s provided health insurance program this academic year.
October 3, 2019
Stories from the October 3, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Here are some of the highlights from our ride on the Blue Line from Foggy Bottom to Federal Triangle.
Graduate students said a proposed federal rule to bar students from unionizing could make it more difficult for them to negotiate better wages and benefits.
Ellē, located in Mount Pleasant, serves homemade baked goods and plates like our pick for dish of the week – the kimchi toast.
Students attempting to change or swap living arrangements are having trouble obtaining assistance with the process and locating students to switch rooms.
The Student Court is asking the senate to decide on a complaint alleging inadequate graduate student representation.
Gear up for Halloween with a ghost tour at the U.S. Capitol, then lighten the mood with a dog show Saturday.
The Washington Post is suing the D.C. Council for allegedly violating the D.C.’s Freedom of Information Act.
Officials have created a University-wide task force to place GW in a position to benefit from Amazon’s new headquarters in Northern Virginia.