After spending years studying the treatment of disabled people in World War II, English professor David Mitchell will take his class to Germany for the first time.
October 16, 2014
Stories from the October 16, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Which GW professors and administrators are throwing their support behind D.C. mayoral candidates?
After threatening to protest last week, Sodexo workers on campus got what they wanted: free bathroom breaks.
Professors are facing more competition for time with GW’s librarians, as more of their colleagues ask their students to learn about the research tools the University offers.
While other schools are freezing hiring, GW’s medical school is rapidly looking to expand.
Students in the residence hall have complained about construction on the building’s facade, with several residents calling the work intrusive and saying GW should have told them more about the renovation plans before the housing cancellation date last year.
A former research director is appealing a court’s dismissal of his case that claimed GW retaliated against him after he tried to blow the whistle that it had illegally handled federal research funds.
After curtain call this Saturday, a GW Theater Department play will host its first-ever panel featuring mental health experts.
Like the courses he’s played on the last three years, senior Jack Person’s career has had its fair share of peaks and valleys.
You may be great at keeping in touch with your parents with phone calls, Skype and email. But there’s nothing quite like having them physically visit campus to experience your lifestyle here, to roam your turf with you.