Students should stop making broad sweeping criticisms that can hurt the perception of Mental Health Services among the student body.
May 22, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 3
Stories from the May 22, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The University will expand its undergraduate financial aid pool by about 8 percent next fiscal year, the highest one-year increase since 2011.
After a more-than-40-year career teaching students about the philosophy of war and peace, Robert Churchill plans to retire this summer.
An alumna who dedicated a year to educating children in Gambia is now working to send three of her former students to college in the U.S.
During the 2016-17 year in GW sports, 10 of the 14 squads with win-loss records finished with more wins than losses.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., encouraged graduates to see failure as a call to action to serve their communities on both a local and national level during her Commencement address Sunday.
The position would prevent loan service companies from taking advantage of borrowers unfamiliar with the repayment process.
Rabbi Yoni Kaiser-Blueth, who has served as executive director of GW Hillel for seven years, will move to Buenos Aires, Argentina in July.
Students say Knapp and his wife, Diane, led a University-wide shift toward renewable energy and environmental education.
The owner of Beef’n Bread and Wiseguy Pizza reported, and the case was referred to the Metropolitan Police Department.