I’m apart of the first junior class mandated to live on campus. And if we’re going to be forced to live in residence halls, we deserve priority housing.
May 16, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 2
Stories from the May 16, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Unlawful possession of alcohol/ Drug law violation Guthridge Hall 5/4/2016 – 10:50 p.m. Closed case University Police Department officers responded to an activated smoke detector and smelled burning marijuana coming from a student’s residence hall room. Housing staff searched the room and found marijuana, drug paraphernalia and alcohol. – Referred for disciplinary action. Drug Law […]
Even though most students won’t be on campus this summer, officials don’t stop making decisions. Here are some stories to watch over the next few months.
Both Massachusetts and Saint Louis were able to get the better of GW (10-13 A-10) in the Colonials’ first postseason appearance since 2013 and fourth in program history.
GW should create a path for students to graduate early so students can save money, start their careers earlier and get a head start on graduate school.
Gourmet cuisine is not a phrase commonly associated with Whole Foods, but that’s exactly what the upscale grocery chain got in a stand by local ramen.
A GW researcher is using light to test heart cells and rule out potentially dangerous drugs in the early stages of development.
Two D.C. organizations started the Safe Bars program this month, an enterprise that teaches bar employees to spot and diffuse sexual harassment.
Federal subsidies from research grants at the engineering school are expected to bring in $3 million this fiscal year.
The University’s operating budget will reach $1 billion next fiscal year, the Board of Trustees voted Friday.