Officials have been working over the last month to install 108 digital lockers in West Hall allowing students to punch in a code and pick up packages anytime West Hall is open.
January 22, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 19
Stories from the January 22, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Student interviews shed light on the misuse of prescription drugs to gain an academic edge.
Experts said activities like book clubs show former students that they can engage with their alma mater without donating money.
Officials said pumping thousands more dollars into a program designed to help faculty start projects signals the importance of research at GW.
The Department of Education launched an investigation after a complaint was filed accusing the University of disability discrimination.
GW should maintain a consistent class size, while being transparent about the practices they use to maintain its ranking.
Our news and culture sections discuss the prevalence of Adderall on campus and the Women’s March this past weekend.
After a loss to VCU Saturday, head coach Maurice Joseph said the Colonials (9-11, 2-5 A-10) needed to play harder if they wanted to win.
The students who sell Adderall on campus have different stories – varying in their prescription status, income from selling and volume of sales.
The Colonials (8-10, 3-3 A-10) lost to the Flyers by 11 points Sunday after battling back and forth for a large part of the night.