Fossil fuel divestment is the only way for university officials to show commitment to the planet.
February 9, 2017
Stories from the February 9, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
This Valentine’s Day weekend, belt break-up songs, see a documentary for a unique movie date and listen to some open mic performances.
As the semester starts to get stressful, take a deep breath and relax with these calming tracks this week.
One of the oldest nightclubs in D.C. is getting an addendum with a new bar within a bar which will replace the bar formerly called Studio Bar.
GW’s security official said the office eliminated some empty positions, but staff members’ new responsibilities have made them more engaged in their jobs.
Faculty in the humanities have the chance to host interdisciplinary seminar series with funding from administrators.
Board of Trustees Chairman Nelson Carbonell declined to give the SA Senate a clear answer on whether the University will divest its holdings in fossil fuels.
First-year forgiveness will allow students to revisit shaky academic foundations by retaking one course from their first-year at GW.
The Office of Sustainability is running a solar design contest for a charging station in Kogan Plaza.
My alternative break made me question international community service, my time in Nicaragua and my privilege in the U.S.