The Multicultural Greek Council may add an additional chapter this year, a sign of its growing strength on campus.
August 31, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 4
Stories from the August 31, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
When it comes to crafting policy proposals, candidates on both sides of the political spectrum have been calling on faculty at GW to help to determine what they want to do once they’ve reached the White House.
The University will start hearing proposals for a campus food service in the fall.
The University Police Department’s new chief hopes to use her position to help the department engage more with students and the surrounding community.
The University has raised more than $20 million in the past two months, bringing its fundraising campaign total to $791 million, University President Steven Knapp said in an interview last week.
Shawn Kuykendall, the namesake of the Kuykenstrong D.C. College Cup, was a prominent figure in the small, but tight-knit D.C. soccer community.
The Colonials set out in 2015 to recover from defensive losses without missing a beat in their rise in the Atlantic 10 ranks.
Justice for Juniors is a coalition of students from GW and other D.C. institutions that aims to end juvenile recidivism, repeat offenses by youths.
Experts say GW’s online presence mirrors a trend across higher education as schools look to bring a wider community to campus.
Faculty and experts said that Reuben Brigety, the newly announced dean of the school, can utilize his expertise in African relations to bring new research centers and opportunities to the school.