The international student population at GW is growing rapidly. These students deserve better resources so they can succeed and enjoy their time at GW.
October 31, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 12
Stories from the October 31, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Just months before Sgt. Julian Clement Chase was set to begin his first year at GW, the U.S. Marine was killed in action in the Helmand province of Afghanistan.
A staff member reported to UPD that a student made several threats against his roommate and other staff members stemming from a roommate dispute.
SA senators failed to pass a resolution to revise the selection process for filling vacant positions.
A new permanent lab in Gelman Library will give math, science and engineering students a place to brush up on coding and software skills.
Media Credit: Yonah Bromberg Gaber | Graphics Editor
A new federal law to increase the pay provision for postdoctoral fellows has the University working to find ways to raise the salaries for 55 of those fellows.
The chapter was under investigation following a DC Leaks email hack and has now been closed.
If the MSSC wants to develop a more inclusive campus community , officials should add sessions that address political diversity.
GW’s first-ever director of women’s athletics, Lynn George, died on Oct. 1. She was 89 years old.