After the CWPA split into two smaller conferences, players and coaches said GW and its competitors have leveled out the playing field.
October 14, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 12
Stories from the October 14, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Students said the Newseum’s closing comes during a time of distrust toward news media, and its absence could cause people to forget the value of journalism.
Mark Diaz helped restructure the medical enterprise, spearhead two strategic initiatives and address campus safety issues in his first year.
On this week’s episode, senior news editor Parth Kotak discusses the newest details on Provost Forrest Maltzman’s replacement.
Two student experience officials kicked off a biweekly series of informal discussions with students in an inaugural event Wednesday.
Students can now attend monthly cooking classes in any freshman residence hall on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses.
Officials need to hold themselves accountable for student complaints about the health center’s quality of care.
Faculty Senate members questioned officials about the University’s 20 percent enrollment cut and the recent drop in rankings at a meeting Friday.
Student leaders focused on encouraging sustainable habits are working to boost involvement in environmental projects.
The sixth annual All Things Go Fall Classic music festival featured headliners Chvrches and Melanie Martinez.