Candidates have proposed solutions to issues like homelessness and green transportation, but students should ultimately choose a person who will support them.
January 16, 2020
Stories from the January 16, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A professor co-authored a medical review that urges the development of guidelines for eating fewer processed foods to prevent obesity.
The visiting professorship is funded through a “six-figure” grant from the National Geographic Society, SMPA Director Frank Sesno said.
This pasta dish is an explosion of umami flavor that incorporates Italian tastes with Chinese XO sauce.
The color-coded system will begin with either the word “advisory” in yellow or “alert” in red to signal an emergency or threat.
The squad is looking to avenge its second place performance at the 2019 EAGL Championships and win the title outright.
Start your weekend in style at a fashion show in Friendship Heights Friday, then dress up for a symphony at the Kennedy Center.
Ward 2 logged the second highest number of 311 complaints of the District’s seven other wards in 2019, according to District data.
Katherine Venice, a Republican and finance professional, said she will focus on fiscal policy and cutting spending if she wins the election.
A GW Hospital patient received a $40,000 settlement check this week after hospital staff lost her jewelry.