May 1, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 1
Stories from the May 1, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Supporters and opponents of a Student Association divestment resolution are rallying support as the senate prepares to vote on Monday.
The study tested seafood from restaurants in the District and found that one-third of the dishes featured a different kind of fish than was listed on the menu.
Students named in the complaints that disqualified former Student Association candidate Lande Watson are demanding an apology from the University.
Some faculty dismissed the course as a marketing ploy and could hurt students because they wouldn’t be learning from a professor with professional experience.
Officials say they’re reviewing the process for handling sexual assault cases after a survivor’s unsuccessful campaign to expel her attacker ignited protest.
Administrators should revise the student code of conduct to include specific deadlines that the University must meet during an investigation.
Jugglers and stilt walkers from Art Soiree performed at the Georgetown French Market which took place April 28-30, 2017.
For freshman Henry Brousseau, a trip to a Trump campaign rally last year turned into a lawsuit against the president of the United States.