2019-graduate Taylor Kane wrote “Rare Like Us,” which recounts her father’s death from a rare disease while she was a child.
January 27, 2020
Volume 116, Issue 20
Stories from the January 27, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The U.S. News and World Report ranked GW’s online graduate nursing programs in the top 10 for the second straight year.
A researcher will use a new lab space to determine how their fish ancestors migrated from the ocean to land.
Three freshmen – forward Chase Paar, forward Jamison Battle and guard Jameer Nelson Jr. – have started all seven A-10 contests.
‘Tiny Dorm Concerts GW’ hosted its first open mic of the semester Saturday with three student performances.
New England and the mid-Atlantic states will face declines in high school graduates seeking college degrees.
Sophomore guard Maddie Loder said the vlog is a way to give people a glimpse into the lives of she and her teammates.
Student Association leaders published a mid-year report earlier this month detailing dozens of projects completed over the past seven months.
Grade inflation is a systemic problem, which is caused by the actions of professors and administrators, and it should be solved by them as well.
A group of students recently founded GW’s first student organization for LGBTQ students of color to embrace their racial, gender and sexual identities.