The program matches female college students with middle school girls to discuss topics like sex education, sexism, female empowerment and bullying.
February 23, 2015
Stories from the February 23, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
SA President Nick Gumas said he is focusing on smaller-scale updates to the space after he was unable to secure full renovations to the walls and ceiling.
To raise awareness of eating disorders, especially among men, a coalition of GW student groups is hosting events from Feb. 22 to 28 for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
Playing basketball at GW isn’t the first time Shannon Cranshaw has found her place with a tight-knit group.
The University set a record-high participation goal for the class this year, expecting 60 percent of seniors to make a gift to GW before they graduate.
DCIFF, which began Sunday, has brought unconventional flicks to the District for a week of workshops and special events since 1999.
Jack Evans, who represents Ward 2 for the D.C. Council, was appointed to WMATA’s board of directors in January, and said in an interview last week that his top priority is building a second entrance to the Foggy Bottom Metro station.
The leaders said they want to examine the issue during their meetings with chapter presidents, national sorority and fraternity representatives and other University leaders, marking a continuation of Greek discussions about sexual violence on campus.
In a 56-48 loss at Richmond on Saturday, the Colonials’ reserves outscored Richmond’s 20-17, behind 18 points from Kethan Savage, the first time in 11 games that GW’s bench outscored an opponent.
A sophomore who was elected to the Student Association Senate last year said he will call for a review of the SA’s finance committee if elected to the No. 2 position in the organization.