The D.C. Council has postponed a hearing for the bill that would allow officers in the University Police Department to patrol off campus.
March 7, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 24
Stories from the March 7, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
GW is eliminating part-time faculty positions to increase full-time faculty, officials said.
Thirty-eight percent of the undergraduate student population in SEAS is female, and the school has continued to take steps to diversify faculty.
An iconic summer program for freshmen is getting a facelift this year.
Community members are pushing back against a decision to to cut funding to the Fillmore Art Center, a center in the Georgetown neighborhood that hosts five elementary schools’ art programs.
Student activists are brainstorming how to move forward after a failed attempt to bring fossil fuel divestment to a Board of Trustees vote.
Couples can get married or renew their vows at &pizza’s Columbia Heights location – complete with an officiant, a photographer and free pizza.
Tournament preview: As postseason hopes hang in the balance, men’s basketball tries for deep run in Brooklyn
Men’s basketball opens postseason play Thursday in Brooklyn as the No. 5 seed in this year’s Atlantic 10 Tournament. Here’s what GW’s path to a conference title might look like.
Players like Matt Hart and Alex Mitola are playing the first years of their college careers with the chance go dancing.
The number of grants researchers have received from the NSF to research security and cyber security has doubled in the past five fiscal years.