As a person with a physical disability who has chosen to attend a four-year University, I am familiar with the challenges of moving away from home to go to school.
October 7, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 12
Stories from the October 7, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
As the University looks to improve the quality of its undergraduate education as it approaches its third century, administrators know they need to do more to keep students thriving on campus.
The University will defend itself in court next month against an alleged sexual assault victim who claims medical officials were negligent when she arrived in the emergency room more than six years ago.
Students will be able to take more classes outside their home college next year, after administrators spend this year breaking down existing barriers.
It is disingenuous for GW to tout its valuable and constructive D.C. – plastering it on advertisements and brochures – while capitalizing on students’ unpaid work.
A GW alumnus explores the transformation of American dance through interview clips, video projections, sketches and portraits of artists that highlight industry greats, from Fred Astaire to Beyoncé.
GW (3-6) will look to break that streak as they head into conference play Friday, but it won’t come easy. The team is ranked ninth out of 12 teams in the Atlantic 10.
Until this fall, GW’s only Muslim organization couldn’t afford to pay a religious leader for weekly services or to counsel members using just their student fees. Then a Ph.D. economics student named Meraj Allahrakha, who is also a devout Muslim, stepped forward.
Participation in the annual challenge to conserve energy and water plummeted for the second year in a row this fall, signaling a rough road ahead for the University’s sustainability goals like reducing carbon emissions by 40 percent by 2040.
University Police Department Chief Kevin Hay said the campus has seen more underage drinking as websites for fake IDs have become popular.