“Dreamers” should get their own chance at the American Dream.
September 5, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 6
Stories from the September 5, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Under its new head coach, men’s water polo won its first three games and looks forward to an improved season.
The Colonials have lost five consecutive games and are hoping that small improvements can lead to wins down the road.
Greek leaders are hosting additional events this fall to encourage freshmen engagement in Greek life because formal rush won’t be held until spring.
The group’s leaders said the events will help student veterans – who can sometimes feel alienated from younger undergraduates – feel more apart of campus.
The court order follows a legal battle over Toure’s mental state after he was originally found mentally unfit for prosecution in August.
A UPD officer smelled a suspicious odor in the hallway and asked GW Housing to search a room in the residence hall.
The program allows American contractors to have access to immediate medical care without having to be evacuated to hospitals.
The new volunteer and alumni engagement task force will use student and alumni perspectives to look at the future of fundraising.
Title IX officials running the mandatory sexual assault education program should have informed freshmen about the investigation during Title IX training.