It’s not my fault that you did not take the time to ask me about my race.
January 28, 2016
Stories from the January 28, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
the controversy over Cosby’s honorary degree reveals a larger problem: Honorary degrees can bring with them huge public relations nightmares.
Instead of hibernating in the winter, Foggy Bottom residents said rats in the areas continued to roam the streets longer than usual because of the warm weather.
GW leaders hope new features added to GW’s online learning programs will make them more accessible for students with disabilities.
At least three departments in the school are all in the process of moving to more unified locations this year, moving out of buildings or changing floors.
GW’s political science department is publishing more books on current affairs and pushing assistant professors to publish to maintain its reputation.
The Panhellenic Association will form an exploratory committee early this semester to determine if GW needs more sororities.
An electrician who works for GW is suing the University for job discrimination, alleging that University supervisors retaliated against him after he was injured on the job.
An injury to Jones is GW’s nightmare scenario yet, somehow, it’s one the team is built to withstand.
Alumnus Ramzi Fawaz has loved comics since he read his first X-Men comic as a teenager and finally identified with a piece of pop culture.