Given students’ objections to UPD patrolling off-campus in the past, it’s a shame that the Council is ignoring what students have to say.
January 19, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 18
Stories from the January 19, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
If you’re thinking about going to graduate school, look at all aspects of the GW Grad2Grad program, not just the 10 percent tuition discount.
It can be difficult for many students to build a support system when they get to college, that’s why GW should create a ‘College Family’ system.
Drug Law Violation Strong Hall 12/21/15 – 3:56 p.m. Case closed. Staff members did a routine room inspection over winter break, saw marijuana residue and reported it to the University Police Department. An administrative search yielded marijuana and drug paraphernalia. – Referred for disciplinary action Liquor Law Violation Academic Center 12/27/15 – 4:28 a.m. Case […]
A $2 billion increase in federal research funding to the National Institutes of Health is only a small step for researchers struggling to earn grant money.
The former leader of the SA Senate wants to make discounted Metro rail and bus fares a reality for GW students as soon as this fall.
In Friday’s loss to Dayton, Joe McDonald’s absence exposed GW’s lack of production from the guard spots.
One statistic in particular has quietly influenced almost every men’s basketball decision this season: free throw shooting.
Media Credit: Alyssa Bogosian | Hatchet Photographer Student Association President Andie Dowd said she would like the SA finance committee to spell out what they look for in co-sponsorship and allocation requests in order to limit student group confusion.
The senate voted to approve a resolution which will allow non-tenured faculty from the nursing and medical schools to participate in the Faculty Senate.