Critics of the history department’s curriculum change said that George Washington wouldn’t want it – but that doesn’t matter.
January 30, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 19
Stories from the January 30, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
SMPA professors say they are incorporating recent developments in class discussions and reevaluating how some aspects of journalism are taught in the Trump era.
Every student should feel comfortable going to Mental Health Services – but for some, the lack of male staff might stop them from seeking help.
Brooke Walker, president of one of GW’s improv troupes, said the crowd of hundreds filling the auditorium with laughter made months of planning worth it.
Undergraduate students can now be hired while they are waiting for their background checks to be approved.
The veteran forward, who appears to be back at full health, has been a game-altering asset off the bench for the Colonials over the past week.
GW’s top fundraiser is permanently leaving his office just as the $1 billion campaign nears its goal, a University spokesman confirmed Friday.
In order to relieve the financial strain of physical and digital textbooks, professors should transition to open source textbooks.
Robert Pless, who left Washington University in St. Louis to become department chair, said he wants to develop the department by adding faculty and students.
No. 14 men’s team fell short to No. 8 Yale, 7-2, and No. 12 women’s team was defeated by No. 5 Yale, 9-0 this Saturday.