University leaders are ensuring that faculty are advised on future changes to health care benefits, after faculty complained they were left out of changes for next calendar year.
September 12, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 6
Stories from the September 12, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A judge ruled in favor of GW in a lawsuit waged by a former University Police Department supervisor who claims he was discriminated against.
GW’s crime log now differentiates reports of sexual abuses from sexual assaults, University Police Department Chief RaShall Brackney confirmed last week.
The Faculty Senate unanimously approved a group of faculty to consult on the presidential search Friday.
We do not need to erase our history, but universities should rectify the modern day effects of slavery.
More people than usual were double-tapping GW’s Instagram feed this summer.
All furniture in the newly renovated Shenkman Hall food court is accounted for, one week after the building’s property manager asked residents to return missing chairs.
A professor’s research exposes how cities in America are susceptible to climate change risks.
The University is replacing small yellow cars that staff members used to travel around campus with small white cars.
The Documentary Center in the School of Media and Public Affairs launched a series hosting screenings of documentaries and discussions with film experts.