Senior Ariella Neckritz is helping to launch the first student-based coalition committed to raising awareness around sexual violence on college campuses in the region.
October 5, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 9
Stories from the October 5, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Uncensored: Information Antics, is meant to spark conversation, and encourage visitors to think about how information is spread and shared.
The fraternity will host a large game of red-light, green light, in University Yard on Oct. 24 – part of its broader focus on sexual assault prevention.
Theft 9/22/15 – 4:30 p.m. – 5:40 p.m. Amsterdam Hall Case closed A female student reported to UPD that her bicycle was missing from the bike rack in front of Amsterdam Hall. – No suspects or witnesses Burglary Marvin Center Unknown date and time Open case UPD responded to a report of missing cash from […]
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The number of on-campus burglaries dropped 70 percent last year, bringing the total back in line with year’s past.
Sidelined during a senior season for the second time in her soccer career, women’s soccer’s Brooke Bean is trying to keep her mind on the field and with the squad in every way she can.
The Taste of D.C. food festival, now in its 26th year, will feature tents from vendors in the city offering menu items for $8 and less.
The shift toward simplicity in the financial aid process could help the country’s neediest students apply for and receive aid.
The PEORIA Project measures how members of the public discuss 2016 presidential candidates and how candidates’ messages affect mainstream and social media.