Student Association senators are working with GW Veterans to allow veterans to register before other students. The student leaders say the option would help student veterans better transition from military to civilian life.
October 9, 2014
Stories from the October 9, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A group of public health graduate students is spending the semester focusing on sexual assault in the military, following another project in the class that led to the University banning smoking on campus.
The Multicultural Student Services Center brought Dane Edidi to campus Monday to speak about her latest book as part of a larger push to showcase diversity within the LGBT community.
The leaders of a rival faculty group are looking to prove their legitimacy in front of GW’s top officials when they address the Faculty Senate for the first time this week.
A GW administrator is helping tell the story of what he calls “the entertainment capital of Black America.”
Residents between ages 18 and 34 are driving demand for more residential buildings in the city, according to data the Urban Institute released this week.
Tau Kappa Epsilon’s charter was suspended by its national organization at the end of last month because of an ongoing investigation following a marijuana arrest.
The medical school is aiming to raise twice as much as other schools as part of the University’s massive fundraising campaign, looking to become one of the top medical research centers in the country.
Jaleo will feature eight different paella dishes for lunch and dinner across its locations in Penn Quarter, Crystal City and Bethesda until the festival ends Oct. 20.
The main characters, Luke and Adam, are a couple separated by differing religious views: one is Christian and the other is an Atheist. But when tragedy strikes, Adam has to rely on Luke’s family and friends.