A number of faculty welcomed University President Thomas LeBlanc’s focus on GW’s institutional culture with one main reaction: finally.
September 18, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 8
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Dance troupes, as well as a variety of musical performers and floats, celebrated Latino culture and community at the annual Fiesta D.C. Parade Saturday.
Sorority leaders will monitor Greek life parties more closely and hold more trainings this academic year.
The move comes after last year’s SA presidential election descended into allegations of stalking and harassment.
The Colonials are trying to improve their in-game control of thoughts and emotions before conference play starts next week.
Legal experts said the settlement was the best option for both GW and the former coach to avoid an open trial.
While more minority students are attending GW than ever before, black and Hispanic undergraduates remain underrepresented on campus.
A visiting associate professor of physical therapy and health care sciences, published a study last month that found that 84 percent of physical therapists surveyed were sexually harassed over the course of their careers.