Mei R. Fu will lead the School of Nursing after Pamela Jefferies stepped down from the position in March 2021.
September 19, 2022
Volume 119, Issue 6
Stories from the September 19, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Zafar Azam talked about his own experience as a refugee and current refugee issues at a discussion hosted by No Lost Generation GW.
Host Sarah Sachs speaks with executive director of CapitalBop, Jeanette Berry, about the upcoming arts and music festival, NEXTfest.
The book recounts Wilson’s career as the primary artistic mind behind many of the band’s hits like “Wouldn’t it Be Nice” and “Surfin’ USA.”
The female SafeRide driver was hit by the unknown male motorcyclist as she was making a legal left turn.
BSU will draw inspiration from the Harlem Renaissance to replicate the innovation of Black artists during the period of creativity this academic year.
Members said the chapter will tackle civil rights issues that affect students, like the threat against reproductive rights after the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
GW Law will add three courses later this school year as part of an expansion of a program on cyber and national security law through new courses and degrees.
Women’s soccer tied with George Mason in their Atlantic-10 opener Thursday afternoon in GW’s seventh game without a loss through the regular season.
Rain puddles reflect the city lights to create an illuminated path toward the U.S. Capitol building under the cover of nightfall in D.C.