Officials expect that the total student population will reach 99.8 percent of the 16,553 full-time students allowed on campus.
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.
A former employee is suing GW and two of his former supervisors for racial discrimination and retaliation.
The students stayed in Amman and traveled to cities with high numbers of Syrian refugees like Irbid, a city near the Syrian border.
Media Credit: Nicole Radivilov | Senior Staff Photographer With warm temperatures in March, cherry blossoms reached their peak along the Tidal Basin.
Harassment International House 3/7/2016 – 8:55 p.m. Case closed A female student reported to the University Police Department that her ex-boyfriend, who is not affiliated with the University, had sent her several unwanted text messages. – No further action Theft and Harassment Amsterdam Hall 3/8/2016 – 1 p.m. Open case UPD officers responded to the […]
Information from the International Business Times, National Cherry Blossom Festival, and NPR.
The Residence Hall Association is advocating for more funding to upgrade residence halls, arguing current budget would fall short of GW’s housing goals.
The University’s Staff Association submitted a proposal for a charter to create a governing Staff Organization and Staff Senate earlier this month.
With spring upon us, iced coffee is poised to make a comeback, just in time for “sun’s out, cup’s out” weather.
A GW professor Michael Keidar developed a thruster system that is being used in the engine of miniature spacecrafts that will fly in tandem toward the sun.