The student stepped forward to claim responsibility for putting up the swastika, the second time that symbol has been found in International house within three weeks.
March 19, 2015
Stories from the March 19, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Now that those major projects have been checked off GW’s construction schedule, Provost Steven Lerman said the Board of Trustees will likely sign off on a smaller construction and renovation budget for next fiscal year.
On Tuesday evening in Pittsburgh, a normally hostile environment, GW found a way to win, topping Pitt 60-54 to advance to the second round of the National Invitation Tournament, despite coming up short in several categories.
As the Colonials get set to begin Atlantic 10 play on Friday, consistency and mistakes are on the mind of the young team.
More than two months after the Science and Engineering Hall opened, some researchers still don’t have facilities to call their own.
A former University Police Department officer who claims she was sexually harassed while on the job has taken her case to federal court, a year after filing a complaint with a federal law enforcement agency.
That stipend would go to a “handful” of prospective students who are interested in coming to GW but can’t afford to make the trip for financial reasons.
Rahul Gupta, who was found guilty of fatally stabbing a Georgetown University law student in October 2013, will face sentencing on April 16 after the jury deliberated his case for less than five hours.
A holding area for animals used in research will be added to the eighth floor of the complex, the Office of the Vice President for Research confirmed this week.
On a windy Wednesday afternoon against Mount Saint Mary’s, Renner rocked and fired from the get-go to help GW win 10-1 and move to 9-6 before beginning conference play Friday.