It is the first time in recent years a Hatchet staffer has won national first-place honors from the Society of Professional Journalists.
A portrait of dating violence on campus: Survivor considers filing federal complaint, says GW mishandled her case
The legal filing, known as a Title IX complaint, is one of the main ways students can hold their schools publicly accountable to ensure a safe environment for sexual violence survivors.
A female graduate student used up the six free University counseling sessions given to students within an academic year laying out the basic details of her four-year-long experience with dating violence.
While campus sexual assault has come into focus nationwide over the last year, the intricacies of dating violence are rarely discussed. This comprehensive portrait of two GW students will try to pull back the curtain.
Before last year, the University’s admit rate had sat at about 33 percent for the previous three years.
Experts say college men more often engage in riskier behavior than women and may be less likely to ask for help with mental health issues.
Trustee emeritus and construction magnate A. James Clark, the former chief executive officer of construction company Clark Enterprises, died Friday of congestive heart failure. He was 87 years old.
Now that those major projects have been checked off GW’s construction schedule, Provost Steven Lerman said the Board of Trustees will likely sign off on a smaller construction and renovation budget for next fiscal year.
Second-year law student Gregory Levine’s death has been ruled a suicide, the D.C. Chief Medical Examiner said Monday.
The three-year award is similar to an accreditation, and recognizes emergency services on college campuses for their quality of care, training and community service.