By choosing to sit on the sidelines of a presidential election, the College Republicans are abdicating their role as a partisan organization.
September 6, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 5
Stories from the September 6, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
It’s not completely out of the realm of possibility that an alcohol-related incident could cause GW officials to reevaluate the current alcohol policy.
Officials don’t need to worry about keeping students from transferring schools, but they need to help students stay on course to graduate in four years.
Men’s soccer kicks off its 2016 campaign with memories of last season’s regular-season title run, and a first-round playoff upset, in mind.
Simple Assault State Plaza Hotel 8/24/2016 12:10 – 1:20 p.m. Closed case An unidentified citizen informed a University Police Department officer of an altercation with a cab driver, according to a report from the Metropolitan Police Department. The University crime log lists that the person who was arrested was barred from GW. – Subject arrested. […]
When freshmen first move to campus, one of their first questions is, “Where should we eat?” For the first few weeks of this semester at GW, that question is harder to answer than normal: Foggy Bottom’s only dining hall shut its doors at the end of last semester, and none of the new restaurants in […]
A University think tank’s latest hire said he wants to use his position as a research fellow to repair the damage he did as an Islamist extremist and recruiter for terrorist organizations.
Spectators in the sculpture garden at the National Gallery of Art enjoy the final night of Jazz in the Garden. D.C.-area jazz artists performed every Friday from the end of May until the series conclusion this past Friday.
A study released by the TIAA Institute last month, which evaluated faculty diversity in terms of both race and gender in higher education between 1993 and 2013, found that while faculty diversity has generally grown, diverse faculty have struggled to secure tenured or tenure-track positions at the same rate.