Under the University’s new sexual assault policy, students will be expected to report cases of abuse within 180 days of an incident.
September 24, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 13
Stories from the September 24, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
When the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences implemented a new curriculum last fall, it nixed foreign language and culture requirements.
Narla should spend his little time as the student body’s top leader advocating in more productive ways.
As the University lays out its strategic plan, there’s one thing missing: student life.
A sophomore has launched a write-in campaign to get elected to Foggy Bottom’s top advocacy group – a move that could change the dynamic of a commission typically dominated by locals. He is the third student to throw his hat in the ring. Peter Sacco attended his first Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood […]
In the throngs of students who walk, bike and skateboard through Foggy Bottom, Michael Kozar gets to class on spring-loaded neon green and orange stilts.
After five challenging games on the road, men’s soccer returned to buff and blue ground Saturday where they fell to the UMBC Retrievers
The opportunity to carry momentum through a weekend of league competition was ripe for the Colonials. Heading into Saturday’s game against VCU, the Colonials were coming off a 3-0 win over A-10 foe Charlotte and had looked strong in their A-10 opener. Senior Lauren Whyte led all players with 13 kills, and redshirt freshman Jessica […]
Opening home play with a doubleheader Saturday, the Colonials knew their keys to victory would be conversions and early points. GW started with a matchup against No. 15 Princeton, dropping a tight 7-5 game to the Tigers, who used a four-goal third quarter to ensure victory. Still, the Colonials executed an efficient match, and when […]