With three semesters left until the opening of GW’s newest residence hall, details on how District House’s interior will look have started to come together.
As policymakers and advocates nationwide have put a spotlight on affordability and diversity, there are more eyes than ever before watching the students most likely to not make it to college and more administrators testing out ways to help them succeed.
This post was written by Hatchet reporter Melissa Schapiro. Nigerian activist Bisi Alimi spoke to a crowd of GW students Monday, telling them to use the their freedom to change the lives of those being persecuted around the world. Alimi made headlines in 2004 for being the first openly-gay Nigerian to appear on television. After […]
When officials set out to design GW’s joint health center, they faced a challenging question: How do you mental health proof a space for both counseling and check-ups?
The Student Association shot down a resolution that would have supported a national trial of a Palestinian community leader because it has no direct relation to campus.
The Student Association Senate created a committee dedicated to Corcoran student issues on Monday to help smooth out what senators described as the college’s rocky transition into the GW fold. Sen. Thomas Falcigno, CCAS-U, said he decided to propose the committee after meeting with the president of the Corcoran Student Association Camila Rondon and hearing […]
Trustees heard an emphatic pitch from Student Association President Nick Gumas last week for what could become his legacy at GW: a peer-to-peer hotline to supplement a campus counseling center facing rising demand and limited resources.
Students in the residence hall have complained about construction on the building’s facade, with several residents calling the work intrusive and saying GW should have told them more about the renovation plans before the housing cancellation date last year.
Members of GW’s College Democrats chapter are under investigation for assisting in “dirty politics.”
Two of the most active Corcoran student organizations are appealing the Student Association’s decision to deny them funding this month as they look to start planning events for their new community on GW’s campus.