Property management officials said the majority of tenants in the units are either the first or second group of residents to live in the townhouses.
November 21, 2019
Stories from the November 21, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
GW prides itself on its internship culture, but officials expect too much extra work from students who are already working several hours on the job per week.
More than 50 students have written letters to the D.C. Zoning Commission this month in support of Thurston Hall’s renovation project.
A history professor spent the last three years working on a book published that he said more accurately frames the history of the first Thanksgiving.
The student organizations LATAM and BRASA collaborated to celebrate Latin American culture by hosting Fiesta Latina Wednesday.
Speech, language and hearing sciences faculty said the new neuroscience major has led to an uptick in student engagement with the department.
Officials raised more than $122.6 million during fiscal year 2019, an annual increase of nearly 6 percent.
Five years after its launch, the biomedical engineering department is working to grow its faculty and offerings to compete nationally with similar departments.
The Trans and Non Binary Students at GW hosted a vigil to commemorate Trans Day of Remembrance as part of Trans Awareness Week Wednesday afternoon.
Whether you’re already in vacation mode or are procrastinating your looming finals, fill up your weekend with events to kick off the holiday season.