Volleyball is headed to the Atlantic 10 Championship for the second time under head coach Sarah Bernson after missing postseason play last year.
November 18, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 16
Stories from the November 18, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Senior and ANC Commissioner James Harnett is currently the only Foggy Bottom commissioner who can distribute stop work orders.
The admissions process is meant to be a fair barometer of future college performance, not of a student’s ability to pay.
Enrollment in a health sciences doctorate program in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences has tripled since its debut in 2016.
A nonprofit museum dedicated to the history, power and influence of words on language and global communication will soon open its doors in the District.
Officials said the board’s task forces and strategic committees evaluate specific issues for a temporary period of time.
Institutional data shows that enrollment in a School of Nursing graduate program has halved since its first year.
Professors said they are introducing or re-introducing these classes after conducting research on specific topics like the Holocaust and aging.
The locations for the president’s trips were selected primarily on the “size” and “scope” of the GW community in each region, officials said.
Students who were relocated from Thurston Hall after last week’s fire said officials have not given any timeline for when they can return.