Second-year law student Gregory Levine’s death has been ruled a suicide, the D.C. Chief Medical Examiner said Monday.
March 5, 2015
Stories from the March 5, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Senior Designer Information from the Washington Post and Weather Underground.
If GW is serious about improving campus culture, it must think carefully about “diversity” among the people we interact with most closely and consistently: professors.
Though the program will look vastly different from what was first introduced, administrators see it as a way to expand the University’s global presence.
The Colonials celebrated their first regular season championship since 2008, but not for too long. There’s still plenty of basketball to be played, and that starts on Friday in the A-10 tournament.
Officials presented renovation plans for the Corcoran’s 17th Street building at a meeting Monday, also announcing that they will challenge portions of the structure’s historic preservation plan next month.
The survey, which allowed students to respond up until last week, addressed issues from safety to how comfortable students feel interacting with their house staff.
The leader of GW’s Young America’s Foundation said the organization should not be required to participate in LGBT sensitivity trainings that were debated at an SA Senate meeting late last month.
University spokesman Kurtis Hiatt confirmed in an email this week that the capital budget, which will be sent to the Board of Trustees in the spring, only includes summer upgrades to Strong Hall and Mitchell Hall
GW earned the second-highest rating for the second year in a row from an organization that tracks universities’ on-campus eco-friendly efforts.