The University announced that both UPD Chief RaShall Brackney and Assistant Michael Glaubach would be leaving their roles.
January 16, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 18
Stories from the January 16, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A junior is looking to prevent drug-facilitated assaults through her company which will sell napkins that can detect if drinks are laced with rape drugs.
UPD responded to a report of an intoxicated female not affiliated with the University. EMeRG evaluated the individual, who became disorderly and uncooperative.
The Innovation Corps program, Accelerate D.C., received additional funding from the National Science Foundation for eight start up teams in the D.C. community.
In interviews, more than 35 students active on the page said the memes group offers a virtual, niche community for students to engage with each other.
The new RA agreement no longer refers to RAs as “employees,” despite a federal ruling in April declaring that RAs are legal University workers.
Kimberly Acquaviva, a professor of nursing, said she hopes the book will encourage health care professionals to create a more inclusive and accepting environment for LGBTQ patients.
News editors discuss a student’s invention for drug-facilitated assault and the University Police Department’s recent resignations.
After leading the athletic department for six years, Patrick Nero stepped down last month and Tanya Vogel was named acting athletic director.