Experts discussed the importance of the inclusion of LGBTQ+ people within healthcare settings during a virtual lecture Monday.
November 17, 2022
Stories from the November 17, 2022 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Qatar’s unfair and inhumane treatment of migrant workers exposes the true cost of this so-called “beautiful game.”
The University must address its miscalculated meal plan to ensure that students’ funds don’t run dry before the end of the semester.
Officials said that the renovation project will include upgrading the Flagg Building’s windows, roof, heating, ventilation and air conditioning system.
Bishop’s dazzling 44 points Monday are the most any player has scored in the country so far this season.
The Colonials (2-1) put 26 on the board in the first quarter on their way to the program’s highest-scoring game since 2017.
Slipstream’s location on 14th Street is charming, the streets dotted with passersby and artwork from local Logan Circle artists.
Black Panther became an icon for young children of color who had yet to see a hero who looked like them on screen.
Factory Mutual Insurance asked the D.C. Court of Appeals to not consider if COVID droplets can cause damage in a lawsuit GW filed.
WMATA officials opened six Northern Virginia stops on the Silver Line, including the Washington Dulles International Airport station Tuesday.