While campus sexual assault has come into focus nationwide over the last year, the intricacies of dating violence are rarely discussed. This comprehensive portrait of two GW students will try to pull back the curtain.
April 6, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 32
Stories from the April 6, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Media Credit: Jordan McDonald | Hatchet Staff Photographer Hundreds gathered on the National Mall on Saturday to smack each other with pillows during the seventh annual International Pillow Fight Day, an event that turns urban spaces into playgrounds.
Two Hatchet opinions columnists discuss the idea of socially conscious television-viewing in the context of some of their favorite programs: “Looking,” “Girls” and “How To Get Away With Murder.”
The business analytics concentration will likely begin with about 20 students in their sophomore and junior years.
Students are asking University officials to include more of their input when making decisions about campus dining options.
Faculty say the Board of Trustees has breached their trust by cutting them out of making major changes to how professors help govern the University.
Source: The Washington Post.
A bill unanimously passed by the Student Association last week will let more umbrella graduate student organizations opt-in to receive money collected through student fees.
GW’s undergraduate admission rate has jumped 13 percentage points over the past two years, part of a strategy that administrators say will help the University cope with a series of damaging budget cuts.