The men are aiming to continue their upward trajectory, and the women are embracing a new year with new players and without injury.
November 7, 2019
Stories from the November 7, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
FSU leaders said they want students to be made aware of the history of “white Greek life” before deciding to go through rush or recruitment.
Excite your taste buds at the Food History weekend event, then continue your food tour at the Czech Christmas Market with a variety of other vendors.
Dubbed the “burrito place in the alley” to locals, the restaurant at 1220 19th St. NW lives up to the true definition of a hole-in-the-wall.
Senior Suzanne Dannheim nabbed second overall, while junior Margaret Coogan placed fifth and sophomore Mariah Moro placed 14th.
The University should invest in moisture detectors to determine potential instances of mold before it jeopardizes a student’s physical health.
When a tune starts to emerge from the piano, you can almost hear the collective groan of the students who are just trying to do work.
The Social Feed Manager, created by officials in 2013, has supported more than 300 GW community members’ research projects since its launch.
The number of undergraduates majoring in public health has doubled in the last year, according to enrollment data.
Undergraduate and graduate enrollment fell slightly this year amid increases in diversity and the number of non-degree seeking students.