University officials have yet to release information about the diversity of the presidential pool despite diversity being a major priority of the search.
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.
Drugs and paraphernalia were found in a Thurston Hall room after a UPD officer smelled burning marijuana during a fire evacuation.
The order said that states and D.C. will not receive federal funds if they do not report and deport undocumented residents.
In the current charter, the union cannot strike, and a third party must alleviate labor disagreements between the union and the board.
Visualized – D.C.’s culinary neighborhoods
D.C. Restaurant Week starts this week with 250 local restaurants offering three-course lunches or brunches for $22 or three-course dinners for $35.
GW leaders say they are committed to helping students from Muslim-majority countries attend the GW after an executive order banned them from entering the U.S.
Crowds walk toward the Capitol building during the 44th annual March For Life Friday.
During his nearly two decades on campus, Bernard Demczuk alleviated tensions with neighbors and worked to promote GW’s agenda in the city.
The Feminist Student Union will replace the “Vagina Monologues” with a new student-written performance this spring to include different gender identities.