The D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation hosted the first-ever D.C. Puppy Bowl at the Columbia Heights Community Center Saturday.
February 5, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 21
Stories from the February 5, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
During an evaluation in Thurston Hall, an intoxicated male student became disorderly and assaulted an EMeRG member.
The most viable option to help students better afford food on campus is for the University to enable students to receive a discount when they pay with GWorld.
University Police Department officers made 69 arrests in 2017, jumping 35 percent from the 51 arrests in 2016, according to an analysis of the University’s crime log.
Students of color said incidents like the one last week are a frustrating and recurring part of their experience at GW.
Panhellenic sororities saw a jump in participation numbers after Greek leaders raised concern that the University’s new deferred recruitment policy may lower turnout.
News editors talk about the Alpha Phi Snapchat post and food insecurity on campus. Also, our culture editors talk about the District’s overrated restaurants.
The new director of community relations is looking to improve the rapport between GW and neighboring residents.
The report highlights major issues with the program, since students cannot afford to fulfill their nutritional needs even on the most generous dining plan.
The 311 service line responded to mostly parking meter issues and parking violation issues last year.