Fraternity leaders are going back to a policy that allows chapter presidents to decide some misconduct cases among their members.
April 6, 2017
Stories from the April 6, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Students for Justice in Palestine is asking the University to divest from corporations that profit from the occupation of Palestine.
First ladies are more than the gowns they wear, and the Smithsonian should update “The First Ladies” exhibit to represent each first lady’s achievements.
The new director, David Lemmons, will take over later this month after the current interim director leaves for a new position outside of GW.
Students should be encouraged to keep reading remarkable writings from throughout history, regardless of their major or field of study.
Create the next Mona Lisa, get your groove on at a silent disco and search for hidden treasures at the National Zoo.
Unfortunately for D.C. residents and visitors, Infinity Mirrors does not mean an infinite number of tickets.
Our music for this week includes upbeat tracks and more mellow tunes to carry you through the ups and downs of the last few weeks of the semester.
A 9-percent increase would mean more than 7,500 students applied to the law school this year.
The graduation rate rose four percentage points between 2014 and 2016. Experts said the increase points to successful admissions and retention policies.