The University held its fourth annual joint conference with the CIA Wednesday, hosting the department’s director in an all-day event at Lisner Auditorium.
October 5, 2017
Stories from the October 5, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Students deserve continuity of care, and that starts at the top. It’s vital the University launch a search to find a permanent replacement for Egelman.
A Bethesda-based restaurant that opened Monday is drawing in crowds for its smoked breakfast burgers.
Kneeling has never been about the U.S. armed forces and it doesn’t make sense to make it about them now.
Midterms are just around the corner, but fall break is here to give some relief. Over the long weekend, be sure to take a study break to check out these events.
Now that the spookiest month is upon us, add something scary to your Saturday night shenanigans at these themed bars.
The University’s Title IX office includes less staff and fewer ways to appeal a decision in a sexual violence than most of its peer schools.
A University spokeswoman said that talks with the consultants have not let to any concrete plans to revamp Thurston.
As universities across the country have been confronted with white-supremacist posters and hate crimes, GW recorded five hate crimes in 2016.
Experts said the number of documented domestic violence cases is likely to be lower than the number of incidents actually occurring.