The more than 48,000 eligible students, who will be contacted via email, can apply for the aid through Nov. 5.
October 7, 2021
Stories from the October 7, 2021 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Women’s soccer fell to Saint Louis Sunday after securing their first win of the season the week before, and men’s soccer fell to the Flyers in a home game.
After the University faced a $180 million budget gap last year because of lost revenue during the pandemic, officials said GW has broken even.
Brian Joyce, the director of fraternity and sorority life, said officials temporarily lifted the 12-credit completion requirement for recruitment this fall.
Two cybersecurity professors received a grant from the National Security Agency allowing students to work in the Department of Defense following graduation.
When Taco Bell doesn’t seem up to par with your late night taco cravings, check out Surfside’s taco stand in Dupont.
Senators overrode a presidential veto on legislation that could codify first-year seats to the SA’s bylaws Monday.
Interim Chief Technology Officer Jared Johnson said the shortage has “significantly” delayed officials’ technology orders.
The Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center hosted a virtual panel Monday, reviewing its findings on gaps in financial literacy across the world.
The National Science Foundation awarded Rebekah Tromble a grant to create a response system for female journalists facing online harassment.