Norris will become GW’s first permanent head of research since officials transitioned to a decentralized, pod research model last year.
September 2, 2021
Stories from the September 2, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The SBA Senate approved more than $3,000 for a group of 30 students to travel around New Orleans and provide free legal services Tuesday.
After more than a year of virtual programming and revamped advocacy efforts, BSU leaders said their theme will center around elevating Black students’ voices.
Fifty eight years after Martin Luther King Jr. gave his historic “I Have a Dream” speech, thousands of demonstrators gathered to rally for voting rights.
Experts in Eurasian and South Asian foreign policy discussed the impact of America’s recent military retreat from Afghanistan Thursday.
I wanted to talk about what Hatchet readers should know about what the opinions section does and who writes for it.
GW will now fund and provide free pad and tampon dispensers in restrooms on campus, according to an announcement at the SA Senate meeting Monday.
The STEM laboratory summer internship program will provide undergraduates in STEM opportunities to work with faculty on their current research over the summer.
Officials announced additional programs for the spring semester after resuming limited study abroad opportunities this fall.
The F Street townhouse received upgrades to its furniture and HVAC systems to complete its transition from fraternity to general housing.