The Student Association Senate has seen a sharp decline in the number of bills and resolutions passed this semester.
December 4, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 17
Stories from the December 4, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The University has convened a search committee and hired an outside firm to conduct a nationwide search for its next business school leader.
The departure of a top veterans affairs official will leave the University’s veterans office with just three full-time employees.
Editors talk about Peter Konwerski’s impending exit from GW and the Student Association Senate’s progress this semester.
Konwerski said while he has been “inspired” by University President Thomas LeBlanc’s focus on the student experience, he decided the change in presidents was the right time for him to make a change.
Women’s basketball has seen several individuals improve in an early-season schedule against opponents including Syracuse and South Florida.
From drinking games to get through finals to gifts for both the naughty and nice on your shopping list, The Hatchet’s holiday guide has stories to get you through the season.
Officials said the CHC maintains paper copies of student medical records and does not usually share them between mental and physical health services.
The GW’s Women’s Institute released a report that found one-third of women and girls living in South Sudan have experienced sexual violence from someone who is not their partner.
The Colonials (4-4) shot a season-high 60.0 percent from the field to defeat Temple (4-2) despite a late-game 10-0 run from the Owls.