Unlawful Entry Duques Hall 4/26/2016 – 7 a.m. Closed case While on patrol, a University Police Department officer saw a man in the sixth floor study lounge who had previously been barred. The male subject was arrested by UPD and transported to the Second District Police Station by the Metropolitan Police Department. – Subject arrested. […]
May 9, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 1
Stories from the May 9, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
An alumnus is suing the University for breach of contract and harassment, discrimination and retaliation because of a disability.
Hopefully you’ll look back at your college experience with many fond memories, but to make parting easier we’ve listed a couple aspects of GW you won’t miss.
A new fellowship in the medical school will allow students to be officially recognized as top professionals in integrative medicine.
Joel Blecher, a scholar specializing in early and medieval Islamic history, will join GW as an assistant professor of history.
The District’s official statehood organization released a draft of a constitution for the city last week in the latest push for D.C. statehood.
A GW professor developed a new model to predict wildfire damage in California through 2050.
Family and friends from near and far are sure to come into town for the big moment that is Commencement.
Dining workers said officials from GW and incoming dining partner Restaurant Associates have told them little about planned campus dining changes.
The director of the Project on Middle East Political Science became an Andrew Carnegie Fellow last month.