Recent graduates making a home in D.C. should think of themselves as residents, and should consider whether they have a moral obligation to support the communities they’re moving into.
May 11, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 1
Stories from the May 11, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
For underclassmen in the District who want to skip the long lines and wait times, it’s time to ditch the campus favorites for some alternatives outside of Foggy Bottom and Georgetown.
Liquor Law Violation Townhouse Row 05/01/15 — 2:37 a.m. Case Closed University Police Department officers responded to a report of an intoxicated student. She was assessed and transported to GW Hospital by EMeRG. — Referred for disciplinary action Simple Assault Science and Engineering Hall 05/01/15 — 4:15 p.m. Case Closed A student was reported attempting […]
Tuesday, May 12 Information Session: LGBT Health Policy & Practice Graduate Certificate Check in with Stephen Forssell, the director of the LGBT Health Graduate Certificate program, to learn about the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences graduate certificate that teaches students how to address the needs of LGBT patients. 12:30 p.m. Phillips Hall, Suite 411 […]
When we read reviews on RateMyProfessor and fill out course evaluations at the end of the semester, we should remember that our perceptions might be influenced by gendered stereotypes that disadvantage female professors.
Teaching a class would make Knapp much more of a friendly, familiar face on campus. Right now, students may only hear him speak briefly at an event or catch a glimpse of him through his car window.
GW’s partnership with a Saudi university for a doctoral program on educational leadership is just the latest in the University’s global connections.
From food to home decor, some of the most useful gifts for grads are also the cheapest – and you can find them just a few blocks from campus.
The change will give more information about specific incidents and punishments – like what occurred if an organization hazed its members or hosted a party that was not registered through the University – which Greek life leaders say will give a better sense of what happens on campus.
Alumni who are included in Commencement weekend events say they are glad to reconnect reconnect with their alma mater and it prompts them to help the new class of graduates hunt for jobs. And in the middle of the University’s $1 billion campaign, it could also be a time for them to make donations to the University.