An incoming professor of medicine will establish a culinary medicine center in the medical school when he arrives on campus in January.
November 14, 2019
Stories from the November 14, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
History majors are required to take more classes about American and European history than any other region of the world combined, creating a shortage of history classes on other areas of the world that are equally as important to learn.
Officials in the School of Business are currently in discussions with community members to update the school’s undergraduate and MBA curricula.
Researchers received $1.2 million to develop a model that estimates how pollution affects human health.
Students who ride the Metro could see a slight hike in their train fares in the coming years, according to a WMATA proposal.
A student organization for women entering the business field is revamping its mentorship program.
Innovation and entrepreneurship office staff said the event taught students the different approaches and disciplines involved in building a mobile app.
Tiki TNT is a Hawaiian-themed tiki bar and restaurant where customers can enjoy Polynesian food and tropical rum drinks.
Spend your Saturday night watching GW students perform in a drag show. Then, chill out at the Georgetown waterfront ice rink’s opening weekend.
The search for the next permanent director of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is underway.