Sigma Phi Epsilon removed multiple members earlier this month, leaders in the fraternity confirmed.
October 26, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 12
Stories from the October 26, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Starting Oct. 26, the Center for Career Services will hold office hours in the Academic Building on the Mount Vernon Campus once a week.
What Cosby did is an affront not only to women, but in some ways to students and activists on college campuses.
I came to GW to express myself politically but also mindfully. In this political lull, reflect on why being “political” isn’t always better.
GW needs to conduct a study that investigates whether campus lighting is sufficient, and look for improvements to make over the next few years.
Drug and Liquor Law Violation and Destruction Thurston Hall 10/13/15 – 11:45 p.m. Case closed University Police Department officers on patrol smelled a suspicious odor coming from a room in the residence hall. An administrative search yielded marijuana, drug paraphernalia, alcohol and a door that had been taken off its hinges. – Referred for disciplinary […]
From joining the Million Man March to meeting with congressmen on Capitol Hill, GW’s chapter of the NAACP is looking to revive its presence on campus.
For the D.C. German community, the United Church is a symbol of Foggy Bottom’s German roots.
Officials are planning to add extra security measures to a park near campus that has been the location for a series of sexual assaults.
With just months left in GW’s five-year plan to strengthen its finances, the University still has to complete more than half of its planned projects before the end of the calendar year.