Board Chairman Nelson Carbonell said trustees will likely not change internal rules to add a voting student but will give student leaders a greater role.
August 28, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 5
Stories from the August 28, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Some community leaders say departure of Britany Waddell will be a blow to the University’s neighborhood outreach efforts.
Head coach Craig Jones is looking for his players to step into new roles after the team graduated five everyday starters.
With first-year head coach Sarah Bernson at the helm, the Colonials are still learning to play within their new system.
A federal investigation into the University could force officials to change how they manage sexual assault cases.
International diversity and student retention were identified as areas in need of improvement by a series of committees examining the University.
University President Thomas LeBlanc went through a list of his top priorities in his first sit-down interview with The Hatchet since taking over.
D.C. police are turning to community volunteers – including some GW students – to respond to domestic violence calls and support survivors.
Freshmen student-athletes currently on rosters come to Foggy Bottom from 15 different countries and six different continents.
After a summer of recruiting vendors, only one dining partner will begin offering deals for students using GWorld this semester.