Since the University’s team of sexual assault responders moved under the umbrella of the Title IX office, its leader has been focused on boosting the group’s numbers.
January 21, 2016
Stories from the January 21, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Phi Kappa Psi is currently suspended on campus, according to GW’s Interfraternity Council website.
You may not know it, but Lauren Chase is the leader of the team and the heartbeat for the Colonials on both sides of the court because of the pace she allows the team to play at.
Foggy Bottom will have its first robbery prevention and neighborhood watch training next week.
A new budget model for allocations could give 10 percent more to co-sponsorships, student organization initiatives that are funded partly by the SA
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.
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.
In Friday’s loss to Dayton, Joe McDonald’s absence exposed GW’s lack of production from the guard spots.
The newest student group on campus is looking to improve the lives of local high schoolers.