The Class of 2019 will be required to complete an online course centered on sexual violence awareness education, though a groundswell of student support has called for in-person training to occur at Colonial Inauguration.
April 13, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 33
Stories from the April 13, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Students, faculty and staff should keep in mind that the headlines don’t always give the full picture of the state of GW – one that’s actually more stable than scary.
GW staff members said they watched as their colleagues packed up, some escorted by security officials, after they were dismissed from their jobs without warning last week.
Student Association senators and members of other student organizations asked the candidates how they would handle sexual assault cases, drug and alcohol violations, and campus safety risks.
A female graduate student used up the six free University counseling sessions given to students within an academic year laying out the basic details of her four-year-long experience with dating violence.
Officials will spend the next five months re-envisioning the University’s signature cost-cutting program – a delay that comes as the task force hasn’t unveiled a single new project in a year.
Trustees reassured professors at a meeting Friday that they wouldn’t sidestep the Faculty Senate before overhauling the University’s governance policies.
A director of Marvin Center affairs will replace the group, which also oversees the Student Dining Board and meets with administrators about the office space in the Marvin Center.
Since the nearest Waffle House is an hour away in Virginia, I set out out to find the best D.C. joints for extravagant, atypical waffle dishes.