Connecticut-born singer Xenia Rubinos was one of four musical acts to take the stage at the free Rosslyn Jazz Music Festival on Saturday.
September 11, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 7
Stories from the September 11, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
After “begging” to walk on to GW’s roster in 2015, junior Halley Brown now holds four program records and contends to win races.
A group of student leaders is launching an effort to examine the people behind University building names.
Safety officials said they have no plans to change the University’s protest policies, which already ban outside demonstrations on campus.
Proposed changes to federal Title IX guidelines will give accused perpetrators at GW a greater voice in the case process, experts said.
So far this year, 14 stalking cases have been reported to UPD, compared to just two incidents at this point last year.
Sustainability experts say science research labs have equipment that uses enormous amounts of energy, a potential blow to efforts to reduce energy consumption.
Amid student veterans’ concerns about the VALOR office, the Division of Student Affairs will launch a review of the office.
When it comes to improving graduation rates, a new report found that funneling money into student and academic support is more effective than lowering tuition.