Shadow Room, a nightclub on K Street, will now be required to have a police detail outside the building, according to a recent court decision.
March 28, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 25
Stories from the March 28, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority is cutting spending on long-term improvements, taking a step back to find ways to make spending on the system more efficient.
Before committing to a university, students should consider two key ares: Return on investment and the reality of a school versus the brochure version.
The spotlight is back on mental health right now, since GW is facing both a mental health related lawsuit and a licensing scandal.
With class registration coming up, students – especially white students – should consider taking one of the classes GW offers that are focused on race.
On Tuesday, when GW takes on San Diego State, only eight Division I men’s teams will still be playing major college basketball.
GW should be bolder with the humanities courses it offers, and give students the chance to study current events in depth.
A new research-funding partnership between the University and an energy company will provide three faculty-led projects with grants this year.
Friends and former colleagues said Ruth Ann Wallace was passionate about helping students and pushing academic boundaries.
The University is seeking to give international students more resources after faculty and students said current services were understaffed and underfunded.