GW Police Department officers responded to multiple reports of assaults in Thurston Hall.
October 31, 2019
Stories from the October 31, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Ignorance of students’ financial situations creates division among those of different economic backgrounds.
An associate professor of biostatistics and bioinformatics received a grant to study health disparities among different races.
A health equity-focused fellowship program received a $10.1 million grant to extend its research and academic operations through 2027.
IT officials will assess the wireless network in 65 buildings on campus and begin to upgrade more than 4,000 Wi-Fi access points by “late” 2020.
The SA Student Advocacy Corps will spend this academic year expanding its member base and widening the scope of issues advocates work on.
Faculty Association members established four working groups last month to discuss and develop recommendations for GW’s next strategic plan.
The fraction of alumni who donated to the University fell to 8.1 percent in fiscal year 2018, down 0.7 percentage points from the previous year.
Piccolina da Centrolina is a trendy Italian eatery located in downtown D.C. with a curated menu of bread, pastries, meats, cheeses and more.
Five years after GW launched its first massive open online course, faculty say the courses provide “accessible” education to non-degree-seeking students.