Head coach Barry King, said one of his top focuses this season is to demonstrate growth and improvement throughout his program.
January 30, 2020
Stories from the January 30, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Immigrant Food delivers on its goal to make people “gather and connect” through both its atmosphere and worldly dishes.
Spend your weekend ringing in two events – the Lunar New Year and Groundhog Day – at the American Art Museum and Dupont Circle Park.
Officials should require syllabi to be uploaded to Blackboard at least one week before classes begin to avoid confusion at the start of the semester.
A professor received a three-month, $35,000 grant to study the presence of ice under the soil on Mars.
A public health professor co-authored a series of recommendations to address unfair labor conditions for immigrant nurses.
The blog will cover the way environmental problems like clean water access and air pollution impact marginalized communities.
Officials will roll out a “completely new experience” for course registration this summer as they continue to look for replacements for Banweb.
The Information Technology program in CPS has directed hundreds of students to careers in technology in its 10-year run, faculty said.
Student leaders said they want members to share stories about their adoption or foster care to open more dialogue about the two experiences.