A class registration system should give preference to students by class year and major, not a fast internet connection.
November 14, 2016
Volume 113, Issue 14
Stories from the November 14, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
There’s a stigma around the word “felony.” When people hear the word they might imagine a stereotyped image of what a felon is.
Adjunct professors can mentor their students in applying classroom knowledge to the real world – but the University needs to standardize how they do this.
From taking a hike to deleting your account, you should be feeling a little better by the time Thanksgiving break rolls around.
On a Friday afternoon, the area near 18th and H streets is a more subdued atmosphere than the bustling streets in the heart of Foggy Bottom.
Officials are declining to provide information on whether or not the University achieved one of its main water conservation goals.
A new law school website called “For the Record” highlights the ways law faculty engage with the media, scholarship and leadership outside of GW.
History majors no longer have to take a foreign language and can specialize in a topic or region of their choice.
Crime Log: A female student reported to the University Police Department that she received a text message from an individual whom she recently filed a complaint for stalking against.
Oliver Street, the executive director of enrollment retention, is measuring retention holistically, rather than relying solely on numerical data.