Three employees and a hot dog vendor were found guilty Thursday of a month-long scheme in which they stole more than $150,000 worth of books from the GW Bookstore.
November 12, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 27
Stories from the November 12, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Slightly fewer freshmen self-identified as members of a racial minority than the last year’s class, despite a years-long push by GW to diversify its student body.
Monday Face the Facts USA Attend a discussion with several journalists and former congress members about what Americans should demand from their new leaders. Jack Morton Auditorium – 7 p.m. Tuesday Invisible Children Film Screening Watch Invisible Children’s newest film, MOVE, from Jason Russell, the famed filmmaker of KONY2012 and co-founder of the organization. Lisner […]
For the last decade, the University has committed a major oversight in reporting information on the selectivity of its freshman classes – one that was only made public last week.
If students want to be treated like adults on campus, then they need to act like them.
The University filed earlier this month for D.C. Superior Court to toss out a lawsuit from a former student who alleged that his academic adviser stole his work and mistreated him, causing him to become suicidal.
Student Association senators will vote Monday on a bill that demands more accountability on their part, requiring proof that senators follow up on bills they draft and vote in person.