From practicing in the basement of Thurston Hall to scoring two recorded albums, one student-founded band has found success.
November 13, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 15
Stories from the November 13, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The University responded to an EEOC lawsuit alleging Equal Pay Act and Title VII violations by filing a motion to dismiss last week.
While the campus benefits from its location, officials say developing a clear mission for the campus has proven to be a vexing task.
If enacted, officials and experts said the plan could discourage graduate enrollment and potentially cost the University revenue.
The crowd stands as the NROTC’s Reveille Club sings the national anthem at the men’s basketball home opener against Howard University Friday night.
A female student reported to UPD that an unidentified male suspect sexually assaulted her within a Shenkman Hall room.
All students, staff and faculty email accounts will be required to use two-step authentication, a safety feature designed to protect accounts.
The University has planned a three-day, roughly $500,000 spectacle to celebrate the official start of LeBlanc’s tenure.