GW’s Title IX office is trying to expand as it handles the resignation of one of its top leaders this month.
January 17, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 17
Stories from the January 17, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
History professors received criticism after conservative news agencies lambasted the department for removing a U.S. history requirement.
Welcome to GW, Thomas LeBlanc. Here’s what you should expect from students at the most politically active school in the country.
Early memories affect how I view myself – particularly my body. But growing up has allowed me to begin to love my body as much as my personality.
If we begin to view RAs as strictly university employees rather than student leaders, their relationship with their residents might suffer.
Snapshot – MLK Day Parade
Crime log – University Police Department officers arrested a person barred from campus after the individual entered the Academic Center.
The University’s plan to redevelop two office buildings near campus into retail and commercial space could continue Foggy Bottom’s high-end transformation.
When Thomas LeBlanc starts as University president on Aug. 1, GW will inherit an even-tempered leader, former and current colleagues say.
Faculty members say they are hopeful that Thomas LeBlanc’s experience and approach to administration will improve GW and resolve financial woes.