GW is clearly in the midst of a transitional period, and what’s to come looks promising. But until these projects are finished, students need information.
September 19, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 7
Stories from the September 19, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Yiannopoulos should be allowed to come to campus, but he shouldn’t be allowed to target minorities in our student population through hate speech.
Trigger warnings do not necessitate changing discussions in classrooms. Rather, they give students the choice to choose their level of engagement.
Volleyball struggled to stay consistent over the weekend. The Colonials dropped all three of their games in the GW Invitational.
Sushi, ramen and…poutine? The District is mixing up their Asian food game with two new restaurants devoted to fusion: Sakerum and Haikan.
The Student Association has created a centralized resource center for student organizations stocked with office supplies commonly needed by the groups.
A year and half after major budget cuts, those in the music department say new class structures are encouraging students to enroll in music courses.
A resident data journalist is joining the faculty of the School of Media and Public Affairs, the school’s director announced last week.
Mental Health Services started a new monthly discussion series about common emotional well-being topics.
After months of planning, a student-led food pantry will open on campus Oct. 1 in District House.