In the past few years at GW, we’ve undoubtedly made strides for the lesbian, gay and bisexual segments of the “LGBT” acronym. But even at an LGBT-friendly university, the transgender population is often forgotten.
March 3, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 28
Stories from the March 3, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW tells prospective students that they have the exclusive opportunity to graduate on the National Mall. But what the University isn’t as proud to share is that one in five students don’t make it there within six years.
The online tool replaces a decade-old financial management system and also allows groups to sync their events with the University calendar and keep track of meeting space requests.
Nick Gumas plans to have a peer counseling program started by fall 2015, but program leaders at other universities said full-fledged programs can take years to implement.
Staffers from the University’s sustainability office will spend the next few months sifting through recycling bins across campus to pick out the most common trash items contaminating each bin.
The 74-year-old Virginia resident claims police should not have charged him with disorderly conduct because he did not “threaten a breach of the peace,” according to the complaint filed Feb. 13.
Over the last four years, more than two dozen police officers have been assaulted on the job, with incidents ranging from yelling, spitting and shoving to more severe attacks that land officers in the hospital, according to city and campus records.
GW Law School accepted far more students than its peer schools this year, according to recently released data.
While competition for customer dollars has gotten fiercer across the District, one unexpected cost is cutting into budgets and causing headaches for restaurants: stolen glassware and silverware.
The team is now set for a top-four seed going into this week’s A-10 tournament, and is on the bubble for its first NCAA Tournament since 2008.