A patient is suing the University, Medical Faculty Associates and the GW Hospital for medical negligence that inflicted her with permanent injuries in 2017.
June 12, 2020
Stories from the June 12, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The opinions section is dedicated to sharing views that reflect the vastness and diversity of our community.
Useful and fulfilling work can be achieved in many ways, and it is the student’s responsibility to find that opportunity.
As protesters face off against the pandemic and police forces to demand long-overdue racial justice, GW’s workers may face layoffs as officials make tough fiscal decisions.
Spend your second weekend into June celebrating Pride, pushing for social justice and documenting your pandemic experiences.
A judge partially dismissed a lawsuit Monday the University and Medical Faculty Associates brought against the majority owner of the GW Hospital.
Where I believe our biggest failure in recent history lies is in the stories we have not reported – but had a responsibility to cover.
The D.C. Council passed police reform legislation Tuesday, banning the hiring of officers with a history of misconduct and expanding felons’ voting rights.
The Smithsonian Institution allocated $25 million to race-related exhibits and programming in six of its museums.
The Faculty Senate’s executive committee called three additional senate meetings for the summer in June, July and August, respectively.