It’s time for Asian-Americans to break down our minority image. We’ve experienced our share of discrimination, and that’s why we should speak up for others.
August 31, 2017
Stories from the August 31, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Many people occasionally volunteer, but regular nonprofit work should be a priority for students all-year round.
Virmeko Scott is seeking $10 million from the University for violating District laws that ban discrimination in public spaces.
The Colonials have allowed five second-half goals while scoring none through their first two games of the year.
A clinical health psychologist in the public health school found that only teaching students to avoid sex was largely ineffective.
Academic Technologies outfitted 98 campus classrooms with new technology allowing faculty to host web conferences and project class materials from an iPhone.
Most 18-year-olds are still moving into their dorms, but Aaron Parnas and Kisa Ibrahim have already completed their first week of classes at GW Law School.
The former Thaddeus Stevens School will join School Without Walls at Francis-Stevens and reopen as early as next fall.
Some resident advisers said they want additional training on how to deal with sexual assault reports and concerns from their residents this academic year.
After renovations to Fulbright Hall took longer than planned, about 100 students are living in two area hotels to start the academic year.