Host Sejal Govindarao speaks to former Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville about the President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan.
September 12, 2022
Volume 119, Issue 5
Stories from the September 12, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW shares the No. 62 spot with Syracuse University, the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Virginia Tech and the University of Pittsburgh.
Host Sarah Sachs speaks with alumna Emily Zhang, the founder of Building Bonds Through Books, to talk about her new project and incarceration in D.C.
EMeRG responders evaluated two students at Thurston Hall after reports of intoxicated male students and sent both to the GW Hospital emergency room.
The renaming process has brought together students, faculty, staff, alumni and others to determine whether the Colonials moniker reflects GW’s values.
Officials announced GW will adopt a new set of data privacy “core principles” after officials tracked community members without their knowledge last fall.
The bike ride shut down 20 miles of streets to unite bikers of all experience levels around the opportunity to get active, enjoy the outdoors and explore D.C.
The Colonials split a doubleheader hosted at the Smith Center Friday, securing their first home victory in the pair of matches against Binghamton and Rider.
The University sued Factory Mutual Insurance Company for property damage compensation last year due to COVID, a lawsuit the judge called “unpersuasive.”
More than 10 students said they are looking past GW’s scant fitness offerings to join off-campus gyms, play sports with friends and run outdoors.