The group said the symbol may have been incorrectly connected to anti-semitism, because it is a sacred symbol in religions like Hinduism and Buddhism.
April 27, 2015
Volume 111, Issue 35
Stories from the April 27, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
We won’t know whether the revamp to GW’s admitted students days was a success or a failure until high school seniors enroll on May 1. But in the meantime, it’s important to note that an elaborate five days in April are not a good representation of college life, and for most students, won’t be the reason they choose one school over another.
After pulling away from major plans to launch a campus in China more than a year ago, GW might be turning to one of its global alumni hotspots — South Korea.
Much of the interior of the Corcoran Gallery of Art is now considered a historic landmark, a move which could complicate GW’s plans for a massive renovation to the inside of the building.
Over the past few months, students have turned to online groups to share their frustrations and talk about aspects of race that are often ignored or considered taboo.
A sustainable laundry service will soon be pedalling around GW’s campus to wash both Science and Engineering Hall’s — and your — dirty laundry.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., joined a panel of universities’ Title IX coordinators and other local sexual assault prevention advocates for a discussion about sexual violence on college campuses on Thursday night.
An intern at the Pentagon since her freshman year, it was clear to Michelle Shevin-Coetzee early on in her college career what she wanted to research during her senior year.
Poetry Out Loud begins in high school English classrooms across the country. Poets, writers and educators, who will judge the competition, say it connects high schoolers to poetry at a time when STEM programs and standardized tests are overshadowing the humanities.
While most seniors are enjoying happy hours and spring weather during their last weeks in college, Francisco Dias will be preparing for and competing in an NCAA Tournament.