We, especially men, must figure out how to counteract the problem of unconscious gender bias.
March 24, 2016
Stories from the March 24, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Biology majors may be able to choose from one of three concentrations to specialize in based on their interests or career goals as early as this fall.
A Faculty Senate task force is testing technology that would allow members to remotely participate in senate meetings and potentially vote from afar.
After a years-long process of clarifying the way GW is managed, faculty say the guidelines still aren’t clear.
The leaders of the three Greek councils on campus – the Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Association and the Multicultural Greek Council – hope to each add one to three chapters by 2018.
The Graduate School of Education and Human Development is looking to make more programs test-optional, the school’s dean said.
Those vying for the Student Association’s top spot spent far fewer than past candidates on their campaigns after maximum spending was reduced.
Following an effort to mobilize the multicultural community during this year’s Student Association elections, minority-backed students won big on election night.
GW signed a lease for a floor in the Watergate office building this month, a University spokesperson confirmed this week.
A few years ago Justin Albright was slated for the start in what was arguably the most important game of the year to date. It was Sunday, May 18, 2013.