Experts and students said the move could be a chance for the University to re-evaluate one of its most controversial offices.
October 23, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 12
Stories from the October 23, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Hajj Turner and his wife, Vivian, took home the judges’ choice award for best home chef garden at the first annual Edible D.C. Awards last week.
About 18 percent of the highest-paid employees at GW were women in fiscal year 2016 – the most recent year for which data is available.
Faculty in the religion department say the department’s budget is not enough to hire new faculty and launch new projects.
Dust-covered rooms and the grind of construction equipment have become a daily nuisance for students taking classes at Corcoran.
When deciding to hire less tenure-track faculty, the University must keep in mind that some students will be more negatively affected than others.
Cox Farms’ Fall Festival in Centreville, Va. features food, attractions and a fall market.
This week, editors talk about the gender-wage gap among female administrators and the challenges of holding classes in a construction zone.
Neither GW nor Duquesne found the back of the net during the Colonials’ final regular season matchup.