The University’s next steps should be to attract students who reside in the midwest and northwest parts of the United States to bring some change to campus.
October 30, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 13
Stories from the October 30, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The University must take immediate steps to assess why females are not being hired for high-level positions and figure out how to fix this.
The Colonials beat the Dukes and the Explorers last weekend – defeating each team three sets to one at home.
Students should take it upon themselves to shop local and support the D.C. community because of the benefits to themselves and their new home city.
A female staff member with the Textile Museum reported to UPD that a male child who was left unattended destroyed an art exhibit.
Aaron Snyder, co-president of the New Jersey-based group People in Crisis, said students will protest the dispersal at the mayor’s office if officials refuse to meet with them.
The Spanish language program is looking to send more of its students back to grade school as foreign language teachers.
The student groups said they hoped to help students better understand the consequences of cultural appropriation and ensure cultures were respected this Halloween.
The Colonials wrapped up their fall season with a program-record score and a win from junior Logan Lowe.
Personal-best performances paced both men’s and women’s cross country teams to strong finishes in the Atlantic 10 Championship Saturday.