The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts celebrated Chinese New Year with a family day on Saturday.
February 6, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 20
Stories from the February 6, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Student leaders said maintaining an increased level of political activism will be crucial to their groups over the next four years.
The student said he is reevaluating his options after a travel ban was enacted on Iranian citizens coming to the U.S.
In fiscal year 2016, GW’s endowment growth outpaced other universities’ in a year of low returns nationwide.
The crime rate on campus has decreased steadily over the past five years, with a recorded 36.2 percent decrease in reported crimes between 2011 and 2016.
A diverse faculty expands perspectives and gives students the opportunity to learn from individuals with experience in specific topic areas.
After one of its strongest seasons in school history last year, gymnastics is continuing its ascent as one of the top programs on the national stage.
One hundred and seventy-five GW medical students signed a national petition to stop Congress’s repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
Student Association executive vice president Thomas Falcigno said that although the SA Senate has passed fewer bills this year, they have been more thorough.
It was unclear if the drop was tied directly to the University’s decision not to replace the provost for military and veterans affairs last spring.