By this summer, officials will update the University’s website that brings together on and off-campus options for seeking help after harassment or abuse.
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.
The newest student group on campus is looking to improve the lives of local high schoolers.
Faculty and staff donated $8 million for the University last fiscal year, nearly two years into GW’s $1 billion campaign.
Student leaders and neighbors opposed UPD patrols off campus.
Although suicide-related lawsuits are not unheard of in higher education, experts say the outcomes of those complaints can vary widely.
Whether you liked to color outside or inside the lines, you probably have fond memories of coloring in coloring books as a child.
The leader for sexual assault training said she plans to tailor this year’s in-person sexual assault prevention trainings based on students’ backgrounds.
The board consists only of members that have never been part of the Panhellenic Association before.
Sick of staying inside during the cold winter nights, but don’t want to freeze to while having fun? Heated winter patios are the solution (s’mores optional).