A software used to detect cheating on online quizzes remains rarely used by faculty at GW, two years after officials began testing it.
February 16, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 21
Stories from the February 16, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The six female members of the D.C, co-sponsored a bill advocating for an official close in the gender-based pay gap – for women of all races.
Representatives of the District are taking the D.C. statehood movement national.
D.C. residents have donated more than $15.7 million to presidential candidates in the 2016 election cycle so far.
Members of GW’s anthropology department are taking a closer look at interactions after a former department chair allegedly sexually assaulted a researcher.
As an international student, I’m concerned about the national rise in bias and discrimination against minorities.
The A-10 preseason poll placed GW at fifth. It’s their highest ranking in recent years, but not the goal of the team, which starts its season Feb. 19.
University officials will have to answer to the federal government this month.
As we pulled open the door with the lengthy scroll-shaped handle to be greeted by the face of Thomas Jefferson on a wall of nickels, we knew were in for a history lesson.
With the junior class living on campus next year, the incoming freshman class size and the lack of senior housing, GW must answer housing questions.