Employment law experts said publicly sharing details about controversial hirings could potentially lead to a defamation suit against GW.
The order cites some of LeBlanc’s most prominent decisions, including recently implemented budget cuts and layoffs.
We have a responsibility to keep speaking out to make change. And this November, that means turning out to vote and making our vote count.
Experts said the University’s COVID-19 tracking dashboard will help students and officials make informed decisions about how to handle the pandemic.
Initiative 81 would not decriminalize psychedelics completely but would make law enforcement “among the lowest law enforcement priorities.”
Keep up on the most recent GW and Foggy Bottom news related to COVID-19 here.
University President LeBlanc said at a Faculty Senate meeting earlier this month that officials had laid off about 250 staff at that time.
Foggy Bottom’s two in-house testing centers are moving to Shenkman Hall Monday, according to an email sent to students.
Student Bar Association senators welcomed a new pool of elected senators into the body, filling all positions on the SBA for the first time in recent history.
“Several” leaks were found in the District House roof after heavy rains, University spokesperson Crystal Nosal said.
Administrators said in an email that the expansion will help protect the “entire community” and provide “insight” into off-campus positive cases.
An author and international relations professor spoke about foreign interference with elections at an Elliott School of International Affairs event Monday.
SA senators questioned Brookins on his decision to release an executive order before consulting with the senate on possible legislation.
Students said the unexpected twist allowed them to get creative with parties, hosting small get-togethers and setting up makeshift bars.
With classrooms and study halls out of sight, students are packing up their laptops and studying on the road.
Levain Bakery’s new café con leche cookie is worth the hype and warrants a trip – or even two – to Georgetown before it leaves the menu next month.
Be the first to visit the reopened National Portrait Gallery Friday and watch a Star Wars movie at an outdoor theatre.
Capitol Hill Books is delivering “grab bags,” curated boxes of books that customers can customize by price range and genre.
If colleges are going to blame students and take their money instead of figuring out ways to make campus living safe, then campuses should not open in person this year.
The struggle for equal rights has gone on for centuries – but Ginsburg reassured us that it’s not an impossible feat.
Officials needs to reinstate the position of the pre-law adviser and work toward fixing the root cause of why she was let go.
Feelings of depression and anxiety are no different than catching a cold or breaking your arm.
LeBlanc’s mistakes and loss of confidence makes it clear that he should resign – but we must recognize he is a symptom of a larger problem.
Metropolitan Police Department must decrease their presence in communities across the District and expand their reform efforts.
Four players are participating in Athletes Driving Change, an organization focused on promoting equality through education and service.
Senior sailor John DeRuff worked with Athlete Ally, an organization that aims to boost inclusivity for members of the LGBTQ community.
The 2008-09 men’s rowing team charged into the IRA National Championships with a No. 12 ranked Varsity Eight boat — the highest ranking in program history.
The commission will implement racial equity programming that focus on education, activism and accountability, according to the release.
Thanksgiving will come early for Division I basketball fans after the NCAA Division I Council announced Wednesday the men’s and women’s seasons are set to begin Nov. 25.
Thousands gathered outside of the Supreme Court to commemorate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died from complications from pancreatic cancer Friday.
Students and faculty marched through campus Friday as part of ongoing calls for University President Thomas LeBlanc to resign. Protesters cited GW’s partnership with the Disney Institute, a proposed enrollment cut, layoffs as reasons for him to step down.
Students discussed how history professor Jessica Krug’s lie about her Black identity have altered their perception of academia and the University
Crowds began to flood the streets around the court Friday evening to honor the late Supreme Court justice, leaving candles, notes and flowers in her honor.
Hatchet photographers set out across the United States to document several BLM marches and rallies from May until August.
Thousands of people flocked to the White House Friday to protest the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody.
Despite this year’s virtual Commencement ceremony, some GW students still celebrated on the National Mall on their graduation day.
Eleven Hatchet photographers traveled around their hometowns to document life away from campus.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast host Alec Rich speaks with experts about students breaking public health guidelines on large gatherings.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with the co-founders of Side Street Sounds on providing virtual concerts.
On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” podcast host Alec Rich speaks with GW Hatchet’s Sports Editor Emily Maise, Aquil Abdullah and Danielle Cormier-Smith about the recent cuts to GW sports programs. “Getting to the Bottom of It” is hosted by Alec Rich. This podcast is produced by Gwyn Wheeler. Music […]