Bowser’s proposed budget for next fiscal year dedicates $11.7 million to seven different staffing programs in the Metropolitan Police Department.
April 17, 2017
Volume 113, Issue 28
Stories from the April 17, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A former employee claims he was not paid during his medical leave and was fired after a judge ordered GW to pay compensation.
The student was able to successfully complete the field sobriety test and was sent on his way.
LGBTQ student leaders said the new option is a positive development for transgender students who may face uncomfortable or hostile living situations.
In my quest to control every aspect of my life, I’ve learned that you can control very few.
Tetiana serves cotton candy at Cherry Blossom Festival’s Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival at the wharf.
SASA members and some HelWell employees said they are uncomfortable spending time in a campus space where a student disciplined for sexual violence works as a supervisor.
Faculty said the courses will provide a hands-on education using artifacts in the Smithsonian’s museums to teach students about the history of design.
I’ve moved from dorms to townhouses to apartments through my time at GW, but I didn’t find my real home on campus until I moved into 2148 F St.