Junior Cole Ettingoff’s plans include creating a streamlined complaint system for students, faculty and staff and renovating Thurston Hall.
March 6, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 24
Stories from the March 6, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Faculty Senate unanimously passed a resolution Friday urging officials to increase faculty compensation to the median of GW’s market basket institutions.
A local church and neighborhood group brought the case to the D.C. Court of Appeals to prevent GW Hillel from renovating their building.
Student organization leaders briefly started an anti-Trump coalition after the presidential election, but it quickly dissolved.
A staff member reported to UPD that she was touched inappropriately by a male staff member while riding a campus shuttle to Foggy Bottom.
After making little progress in increasing racial diversity in the last few years, University officials asked deans to create school-specific diversity plans.
Young and old alike gathered at the Black Cat Saturday to attend a relaxed festival that included experimental electronic, jazz and indie music.
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences began recruiting volunteers to participate in a clinical trial to treat social anxiety disorder with Botox.
Beamed to a primetime television audience in the millions, these events offer GW a more central role in today’s broiling partisan climate, experts said.